s.Oliver RED LABEL Women

s.Oliver Shoes kicks off Autumn/Winter 2019 with an homage to diversity. Tailored precisely to the wearer, the new collection combines high-contrast and casual models for an individual lifestyle. Fashionable 90s elements like ugly sneakers, animal prints and the logomania theme create great contrasts with classic Chelseas and robust mountain climber looks. Once again this season, the SO HYB collection brings feet sporty shoe models in a streetstyle look.

SO HYB: The Pulse of the City
Street style is still booming on the big catwalks of the fashion capitals. With the SO HYB collection, s.Oliver brings together ugly sneakers, material mixes, striking yet soft colours and chunky soles, paired with metallic or neon details.

With a combination of selected retro elements and modern trends, the s.Oliver Shoes 2019 collection celebrates a fashionable Nineties revival. Alongside sneakers with rugged soles and rainbow colours, animal prints like snake and leopard are real highlights, both all over and mixed with subtle colours. Striking printed logos complete the theme.

Be it in the office or at a party after work, comfortable pumps, block-heeled ankle boots and elegant low shoes bring subtle elegance to the feet. Matte and gloss contrasts and creative material combinations combine with decorations like ruffled shafts, glen check and studs. In winter, overknee and hiking boots provide the right protection for any weather. Striking fur inserts and high-contrast lacing make the models a must-have for long walks in the snow.

The mix makes the difference: Autumn/Winter is all about the right material combinations. Be it felt, patent, velour, brushed surfaces, animal print, fake fur or neon – anything goes. Selected decorations like studs, buckles and metallics give the models the finishing touch. Pointed, round and square shoe shapes are all equally represented, although the emphasis in all shoe models is on a totally modern design vocabulary.

Eternal favourites white and black are found on sporty sneakers and in plaid patterns on pumps and ankle boots. Alongside the classics, the colour range extends from red and brown to navy and metallics – often as colour blocks.

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