Black Ankle Boot
No introduction Jil Sander, the German designer known internationally for its minimalist held and comfortable. Her shoe collection autumn-winter 2011/2012 maintains that spirit very structured while leaving room for some imagination in colors and prints in particular. Tour. . Probably one of the must-have this winter: a matched pair of boots camel leather trench lines and sober. A model for both casual and elegant, 100% Jil Sander. Still in the form offset boots, here's a more structured yet with that loop and a rectangular piece of leather with snaps added to the heel. Result: an almost military establishment. A pair of high heels leather large chocolate that plays on the mind derbies. Wear it with a preppy look assumed, or conversely to better deflect rebel. Jil Sander revisits the pump with this model in red leather, rounded and more closed than the classical forms. A conceptual design that can still easily be worn with jeans or shorts turned business woman. A pair of black suede boots, over-printed with flowers in warm colors. The rest of the holding must remain sober and to leave the print of the shoe featured. Unless you are a fashionista informed and to try the odd mix of prints. The ballerina color block is always present in the shoesing of Jil Sander, even for this autumn-winter collection. The key to the German house, this loop is on top of the ballerina. Previously seen the boots become camel boots offset, where only the mini-black rubber sole is disturbing that these smooth leather and clean lines. A pair of black ankle boot leather platform shoes leaning backward as a chaise longue! On the heel, there are elegant white stitching, carefully placed for contrast control. How about a pair of derbies flowers, Jil Sander wonders with this model using the same material as the black ankle boot offset seen above. These floral prints have the advantage of keeping the bohemian spirit while adapting to the fall season. . The combination of color block is one of the hallmarks of the rigorous Jil Sander. Evidence with the flat black leather boots, enhanced by red rubber bands. Life in red and black . . . . . . .