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GIUSEPPE FOR ZAYN MALIK FOOTWEAR 2017
RENOWNED ITALIAN DESIGNER TAPS MULTIPLATINUM SINGER
From stage craft to street style, introducing an exciting new fashion and music mash-up by Giuseppe Zanotti and Zayn Malik. The renowned Italian designer and the multiplatinum singer have teamed up on an exclusive new line of men’s shoes called Giuseppe for Zayn (#GiuseppexZayn). The capsule collection launches worldwide in January 2017.
“I really believe style comes from taking chances, being bold and not being afraid to express yourself,” says Zayn. “I feel Giuseppe does that with his collections—and I try to do that with my music. So when the idea came up to collaborate, I thought yes, this would work.” “Zayn is a fashion icon, truly,” says Giuseppe Zanotti. “It’s who he is, it’s not fake. Just as his music is soulful, his style is natural. His whole approach is contemporary, an easy coolness with the right amount of modern rebel.”
The focused, masculine collection features two boots as well as two sneaker styles. Colours range from green to all-over black and materials include rich suede and high-quality leather. Each pair features a special ‘Giuseppe for Zayn’ embossed logo plate. The collection includes a mid-top sneaker (TAZ) in olive green leather with lateral zips and a white contrasting sole. Inspired by classic boxing designs, a streamlined lace-up sneaker (JAVAA) boot crafted in gray-brown suede and trimmed in chocolate leather. A modern take on the Chelsea boot (ZIGI) in black suede with leather details and metallic double side zips. Featured in brown and black leather with contrast top stitching, an innovative, minimalist boot (YASR) designed with a front zip that extends from the ankle to the toe.
Prices range from £585 to £900 for the boots. Available in select Giuseppe Zanotti Design stores worldwide and on giuseppezanottidesign.com. The limited edition collection is also available in top luxury department stores, including Saks Fifth Avenue, Bergdorf Goodman, Neiman Marcus and Nordstrom.
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