Cesare Paciotti: Cesare Paciotti’s creative director, Marco Calcinaro, sent out this over-the-top bootie with scales reminiscent of an armadillo.
Aurelie Bidermann: Aurelie Bidermann was California dreaming this season with a palette of turquoise and “braided” chains meant to evoke seagrass.
Charlotte Olympia: Oh la la! Charlotte Olympia’s collection was a love letter to all things Parisian: Art Nouveau, poodles, even croissants and the Eiffel Tower, which was cleverly worked into this design.
Longchamp: Longchamp looked to famous architects like Le Corbusier to design a custom print of a house to adorn its new tote.
Nicholas Kirkwood: Nicholas Kirkwood introduced a modern take on the Sixties midheel pump in electric colors, graphic patterns and a Lucite heel.
Pierre Hardy: Pierre Hardy decided to take things down a notch — where heels are concerned. The designer showed a “cone” heel that he said was more modern after seasons of extreme height.
Sophia Webster: For her sophomore effort, Sophia Webster looked to Brazil, where she produces her shoes for this sunset photo print sandal.
Swarovski: Swarovski felt a tropical beat that hailed from Brazil. Along with bold colors, the pieces were inspired by native birds and flowers as seen in this custom feathered collar.
Tabitha Simmons: Tabitha Simmons was influenced by her business partner who supports such causes as Blue, a charity for preserving marine parks and fashioned a sandal with an exotic fish motif and abstract sea prints for her oh-so-hot shoe line.
Tom Binns: Tom Binns revisited Eighties rappers Eric B. and Rakim and repurposed heavy gold chains and car emblems into cool luxe necklaces and door-knocker earrings.