Siren of the USTA, Maria Sharapova is pairing with Cole Haan on a new sporting collection for spring. The line’s sandals, flats and heels feature Nike Air technology, while accessories are made of recycled plastic bottles and chrome-free vegetable-tanned leather ($115 to $550, at colehaan.com).

Vera Wang Lavender Label has partnered with Brown Shoe Co. Inc. for a footwear collection available this spring. The line will target the Lavender Label apparel customer and includes a full range of flats, espadrilles, sandals, clogs, pumps and boots ($175 to $695, at Vera Wang, New York, 212.382.2184).

Lacoste’s latest capsule collection comes straight from the drafting table of Pritzker Prize–winning architect Zaha Hadid. The shoes feature repeated laser patterns—all inspired by Lacoste’s iconic crocodile logo and undulating landscapes (price available upon request, 800.4.LACOSTE).

Driven by an “unbridled passion” for jewelry, Ludovica Andreoni, the chic wife of Ferrari president Luca Cordero di Montezemolo, has launched her own line. Dubbed LA, the collection of rings, bracelets and necklaces have clusters of precious gemstones ($412 to $13,730, at LA, Rome, +39.06.320.8208).

Rebecca Taylor, known for her frilly feminine looks, has come out with accessories and jewelry. The styles mix pretty with a touch of urban chic. Standouts include cutout desert boots and gold sequin-inspired necklaces ($165 to $475, at She Boutique, Chicago, 866.620.8743).


Rag & Bone has introduced a shoe collection for spring, with easy loafers, oxfords and ballet flats that stay true to the line’s men’s wear roots ($330 to $515, at Rag & Bone, New York, 212.727.2990).

Milan designer Albino D’Amato, who recently was tapped as a creative consultant for Les Copains, is dipping his toe into footwear waters for spring with a sexy peep-toe heel in satin and purple python. Expect more styles and fabrics to come for fall ($600 to $980, at Curve, Los Angeles, 310.360.8008).

After dabbling in design at her parents’ brand, R&Y Augousti, Kifu Augousti, the 14-year-old daughter of Ria and Youri Augousti, is at it again with her own collection of headbands for spring. Like her parents, Kifu favors exotic skins, feathers and findings in her line of luxe headpieces, called Headbands by Kifu Augousti ($100 to $225, at select Barneys New York locations, 212.826.8900).

Carrera eyewear is making a comeback. The 52-year-old brand, known for its sleek shield frames, is creating four classic styles in 26 colors. So far, Kanye West,
Paris Hilton and David Beckham are fans ($150, at Solstice Sunglass Boutiques, 866.246.9043).

Liberty of London’s debut jewelry collection spotlights silver designs that are a nod to the company’s Art Nouveau heritage. For instance, an enamel Tudor Rose charm brooch is inspired by the wood paneling in Liberty’s London store ($127 to $526, at Barneys New York, 212.826.8900).

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