Low Cut Lace-Up embroidered sneakers
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For AW17, Sarah Burton sought inspiration in ancient traditions. Presenting needlework embroidered accessories, colourful tweeds and threaded leather, it transports us to the bittersweet Medieval times. These classic Low Cut Lace-Up sneakers are detailed with Samplers medieval embroidery across the shoe, perfectly showcasing that medieval inspiration. Crafted from a luxury Italian suede, these sneakers feature a round toe, a lace fastening, a brand embossed tongue, a branded insole, a flatform sole and the signature gold-tone spine to the back of the shoe for added definition.
Designer colour: 1049 BLK/MULTI.CO/WHI
Made in Italy
Designer Style ID: 493432WHIFS
Farfetch ID: 12439768
- Sole Composition
- rubber 100%
- Outer Composition
- Suede 100%
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Alexander McQueen’s legacy of daring theatricality and exquisite construction lives on with his successor, Sarah Burton, who has added another dimension of wearability to the late designer’s controversial silhouettes and couture finishes.