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Women's mules

The mule has come a long way since the 16th century when it was regarded as a slipper, never to be worn in public. Our collection of women’s mules are too good not to be seen. We’ve got the Balenciaga ‘Knife,’ oversized bow styles from Magda Butrym and perspex Yeezy wedges.

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  • ATP Atelier (short for 'All Tomorrow's Parties') fuses Italian craftsmanship with Scandi design for an effortlessly elegant aesthetic. Crafted from black leather, these Toma 45 strappy mules from ATP Atelier feature a slip-on style, an open toe, a brand embossed insole and a low heel.
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  • Charged with blithe seventies spirit, French fashion house Chloé combines the romanticism of nostalgic femininity with the unruffled elegance of Parisian chic. The Camille wedge sandals arrive in that very image, crafting a wide foot strap from supple black leather to create a cork-stacked platform mule.
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  • Thriving in the early Victorian boom, Church’s an English brand over a hundred years old. Rupturing quotidian aesthetics, the craftsmanship brand provoked the market with unique and bold models. Expertly constructed in the UK from black leather, these strappy mules from Church's feature a round toe, cut out ...
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  • Infused with the label’s signature dark romanticism and urban styling, French fashion house Givenchy was originally founded in 1952 by acclaimed couturier Hubert de Givenchy. These black and dark brown logo platform mules are crafted from leather and feature an open toe, gold-tone hardware, a branded insole and a ...
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