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Spring 2012. The fusion of the two brands was meant to be as they mutually cater to a stylish, adventurous customer. The designers took JC’s staple styles and added Wildfox touches to them, creating a fun and girly collection with a bit of shock value.That’s right, the hottest collabo has just been announced WILDFOX X JEFFREY CAMPBELL.

You know that Solestruck has you coevered with these styles, we love Wildfox, are obsessed with JC, and think this collabo is the best thing since the Back Street Boys reunion tour. You can imagine how fun the styles are—wildfox styling with the genius eye for detail from team JC—you better work! Expect to see the styles hitting our site in February, and you can rest assured that we wrote all the styles and all the colors.

Designers Emliy Faulstich and Kimberley Gordon of Wildfox say, “We decided to do the collaboration after a few years of pulling shoes from [Jeffrey Campbell] for our shoots, it was a shoe love affair from the start, so it just made sense.”  Kimberley Gordon always dreamed of making fairytale reminiscent platform ballerina slippers and JC was able to bring them to life. Both designers love 90’s lace-up military boots and adding a heel made it a “winner for any evening.” The denim bow shoes were inspired by the western rodeo princess story of their Spring 2012 collection.

The collection consists of four styles including “Sgt. Pepper”, based on the JC classic Stevie shape with hiker details, a heavy lugged out sole and a covered 5.5” heel in black leather; a “Ballerina Flat Form” with a unique 6” wedge slip on flat form in pink or white satin with satin ankle ties to match; the “Lone Star”, a 60s inspired sandal with all over white leather and covered heel; the “Dallas”, a peep-toe T-strap blue denim fabric and wooden platform with a 6” curved heel and a 3D bow at the top of the heel cup.

Stay tuned SOLESTRUCK fans—we are excited to bring you this launch!

More info as it comes.

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