Farfetch X Aquazzurra Launched a Capsule Collection

Farfetch  X Aquazzurra  Launched a Capsule Collection

Farfetch launches a capsule collection exclusively with Aquazzura.  On Wednesday the 7th of December, 2016 Farfetched launched a collection of 7 unique designs.

 In in colaboration with Aquazzura to embark on a new capsual collection for shoe lovers.


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Farfetch x Aquazzura – Very Claire Sandal – Black 

There is nothing sexier than a chunk platform heel. It is one of the only stiletto think is manageable.

Available exclusively on the online sales site. The collection is the result of collaboration between Edgardo Osorio, Artistic Director and Founder of Aquazzura and four iconic personalities at the head of Londoner shops most prominent of the moment.


Farfetch X Aquazzura Very Claire Sandal Metallic

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They include Holli Rogers Browns, Claire Distenfeld of Fivestory, Pascaline Smets, and Princess Deena Abdulaziz Al-Juhani NA On the shop were all designed with Edgardo their dream shoes.



Farfetch X Aquazzura Very Pascaline Bootie Truffle

The Very Pascaline bootie also comes in black and sure to be a hit.  I love the logon under the foot. For the entire collection be sure to check out Farfetch X Aquazzura online.


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