FENTY by Amina Muaddi Drops 11-20 Release With Four Standout Styles

FENTY by Amina Muaddi Drops 11-20 Release With Four Standout Styles

FENTY by Amina Muaddi Drops 11-20 Release With Four Standout Styles

“Strong, but refined and feminine.”

“Strong, but refined and feminine.”

Text: Rachel Fried

Following on the heels of FENTY’s Amina Muaddi designed 7-20 release - Brown Sugar lambskin, rhinestoned suede, and highly coveted Candy Pink Caged In soles – comes their latest iteration of business-cum-friendship: the 11-20 fall release.

It’s a four-count roster that hasn’t seen the last of Muaddi’s seductive shapes and calf-scaling ties. Even words belie the heady glamour of the Ribbon Ropes style and its crystal satin that crawls mid-calf, the demure effortlessness of the Don’t be Square and the ebbs of its soft leather toe, and the sizzle and flash of the Corset Pump’s faultless, glossed lace-up. All, in their own right, will surely become the it-girl archetype for fall. That’s without mention of the succès fou underscoring last season’s Caged In, fêted best-seller, the top-to-toe style returns with the turn of the season, now in Electric Blue, Coco White, Jet Black and Crystal Black.

Trading on fixed FENTY spirit, the fall release picks up the story of an ever-evolved modern woman, as Muaddi put it, “I wanted to create footwear that represented the muse and the brand: strong, but refined and feminine.” Shored up by a staunch following, on both sides of the design team, and ardently holding fast to delicate, indulgent aesthetics, Amina Muaddi for FENTY will receive the Collaborator of the Year award, presented virtually at the Footwear News Achievement Awards, slated for Dec. 8.

In a clutch of tender leather sling-backs, crystal-woven calves, and corseted, pointed toes, the 11-20 fall release will carry you through the season in unwavering style. Shop the collection now on FENTY’s site, and as of Nov. 14 on Farfetch and Level Shoes.

FENTY by Amina Muaddi 11.20 Release//KCD

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