Sunday, September 28, 2014


Ever fancied wearing a beret-turned-turntable? If any situation called for a record-scratch sound effect, it’s this. The comical tableau, part of a short video by Spanish production house Bonaparte, offers a glimpse into a new line of espadrilles by Madrid’s peSeta and American designer Marc Jacobs. 
Although the limited-edition collection is the seventh collaboration between the two companies, it’s their first joint foray into footwear.
Clad in surplus fabrics from the Marc Jacobs archive, each espadrille is handmade in Arnedo in La Rioja, a region known for its fine wines and tradition of shoemaking. All five designs come with a shoe bag emblazoned with both brands’ logos. (Beret—sadly, tragically—not included.)

No comments:

Post a Comment