By and  on January 14, 2019

Sneakers are not going away any time soon — at least not judging by Milan. However, brands were inventive, decorating these must-haves with glitter, polished, formal or retro touches, while they also played up more formal designs to respond to a shift in market trends.

Jimmy Choo‘s creative director Sandra Choi was inspired by the 1969 moon landing, the pursuit of new frontiers and Texas culture seen through the eyes of a Sixties Japanese rock band. The result was a colorful, fantastical collection featuring sneakers with angular chunky soles that recalled moon rocks, others that shone with silver glitter like space dust, and small blue studs like gemstones adorning the heels of elegant lace-up shoes. Accessories included silver foil backpacks, and red, white and blue small leather accessories. The colors of the American flag also flashed from the tassels of slip-on loafers.

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