Sep 15, 2010 12:00AM

Shoes Out for Summer

A new range of Bally shoes, designed by promising students from Central Saint Martins, has just arrived in select stores.

A new range of Bally shoes, designed by promising students from London's Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design, has just arrived in select stores. From the original 15 student submissions, five outstanding designs were selected and developed in Bally's Swiss and Italian workshops. The designs use topstitching and have interesting, experimental heel shapes, upholding Bally's history of exquisite craftsmanship. Each design accentuate different parts of the foot, resulting in a diverse range where there's likely to be something for everyone.

Our favourite? Stephanie Turner has produced a stunning patchwork creation inspired by everyday encounters and French Vogue circa 1975. The shoes are currently available through the Bally website, as well as stores in Beijing Shing Kong Place, Berlin, Beverly Hills, Hong Kong IFC, London, Milan, New York City, Paris, Singapore Ion, Vienna and Zurich.