Consumer Fashion News Shopping Guide | March 3rd 2015

5 Designer accessory brands you should know

With London Fashion Week over quicker than you can say, ‘Has she got polka dots on her face?’, you may be feeling like there’s a big designer gap to fill. Don’t panic, the team over at Soletrader have gathered up the best of the fashion footwear pack so you can stay ahead of the game.


Y-3 is the match-made-in-heaven collaboration between Japanese designer Yohji Yamamoto and sportswear giant Adidas. Never one to simply follow trends, the styles here are truly original, with futuristic materials and unusual shapes. We recommend the Boost trainer, for a wearable look with plenty of personality.


Armani Jeans is a sub-brand of Italian style legends Armani. With a young, fresh look and signature designer details, Armani Jeans offers a casual range of footwear and accessories.


This season’s footwear from Versace Collection makes a strong statement with oversized safety pins and towering hi tops. Drawing influence from its effortless Italian heritage, mixed with an edginess that feels as rebellious as it is stylish.


Paul Smith Shoe is quintessentially British, with an emphasis on the highest quality materials and small details with pops of unexpected colour. Keep things traditional in a glossy leather brogue made for the modern gentleman.


Stella McCartney’s collaboration with Adidas is fitness finesse of the highest level. There’s no reason why women can’t enjoy fashion whilst working out in high tech products. We love the Pureboost trainer with innovative Velcro fastening and modern print.

Soletrader have got a varied range of high end men’s lace ups, futuristic trainers and ladies’ designer brands – all with free UK delivery over £35 and free Collect+ returns. With over 5,800 locations all across the UK, returns have never been easier!

March 3rd 2015 - by @CollectPlus