Dulceida X Krack: The Story Continues

Just a week ago Jezebel He was in the hotel Pullman Barcelona Skipper. The reason? The presentation of the new collection of footwear Dulceida by Krack. One year more the blogger returns to collaborate with the signing of shoes in a collection where each of the models It follows the roll and style of the protagonist. Abotinadas sandals, heels of infarction and booties are some present in this shoes new capsule collection. Do you want to know more?

Full collection

  • Sheriff. Cut out booties wreak havoc, and this model already did in his day. It’s a reissue that sold out soon, there to have seen him throw.
  • Arizona. Boots with buckles will always have them at hand, more if they are thick and comfortable heel.
  • Hollywood. Black and white version, these abotinadas Sandals promise to be the star of the collection. At least its name tells us…
  • Sunset. Sunset Boulevard inspired anyone, and these high-heeled Sandals make reference to the mythical street of Los Angeles. Small tacks, collected instep and the open sides, this model comes in two colors: black and caramel.
  • Venice. To walk in Venice Beach you don’t need more than a comfortable and practical footwear. What could be better than some pierced black sandals? They are simple and perfect for these days of Sun and heat. The toe skin reminiscent of the beloved Chanel.
  • Malibú. I love Isabel Marant, why this model was delighted. And it is that we cannot avoid thinking about the models full of tacks that the French already launched last year…

What you think about the end result?

Photos | Dulceida

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