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DAMIR DOMA

'Falka' platform shoe
$1,375.00$825.00(40% off)
New! Order by phone +1 (213) 550-3798
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Description

Black calf leather 'Falka' brogue from Damir Doma featuring an almond toe, rubber lined sole, and top contrast green panel with sheen detail. Has a front strap with side buckle fastening and 2.5" platform heel.
Item ID:10542982

Size & Fit

  • Measurements: item fits true to size
  • Composition & Care

  • Composition: Calf Leather 100%
  • Brand Style ID : MIX1134
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    SHIPPING FROM: Patron of the New, New York


    Patron of the New
    This lifestyle boutique caters to both fashion eccentrics and lovers of painstaking detail. It stocks a carefully edited homeware collection and cult clothing brands, but shies away from sticking to a single tried-and-tested formula, instead letting its aesthetic evolve with each season.

    Designer: DAMIR DOMA


    The Croatian designer Damir Doma launched his eponymous label in 2006. Fascinated by texture, shadow and identity, Doma’s rough yet refined dark and light designs call into question traditional dress, juxtaposing elements of androgyny with contemporary cultural references.