By and and and  on July 24, 2014

The well-segmented distinction among the various trade shows, coupled with an influx of new brands across all categories, provided retailers with a variety of highlights and trend-right pieces to punch up their spring assortments. Here, some top looks from Agenda, Capsule, Liberty, MRket and Project.

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Designer: Armando Cabral

Key styles: The collection is broken into three concepts: the hybrid, a mix of a shoe and sneaker that features classic styling with casual bottoms; contemporary sneakers, designed to replace a regular shoe, and an assortment of leather slip-on espadrilles. All the shoes are made in Italy and are sold in 13 countries around the world.

Design/aesthetic: There’s more to Cabral than just a pretty face. Although he’s been a regular on runways around the world for years, it wasn’t until 2009 that he truly followed his passion. It was that year that the Guinean-born fashion model launched his namesake collection of shoes. His line of men’s footwear is sophisticated and versatile — styles can be dressed up or dressed down — and above all, comfortable.

Prices: The shoes retail for $375 to $570.

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