Kate Moss was in Hong Kong for the first Asian edition of Art Basel in May this year , apparently she went to the VIP preview before rushing back to her hotel and changing into a black, off-the-shoulder dress for a party !
But this time Kate (well, only her image is here , shoot by Mario Testino ) bring us the Stuart Weitzman’s iconic 5050 boot ! The half micro stretch and half nappa leather – giving it the 5050 name .
The boot has also available in suede, hair calf, croco calfskin and stud ornamentation. this best-selling over-the- knee style is at once elegant and flattering on legs , and the round headed 60′s shape makes it more Chic !!
Fall 2013 also marks the 20th anniversary of the iconic 5050 boot, which will make celebratory appearances in an exquisite range of textures and patterns (including snakeskin, suede, pony skin and patent).
There is also a strong menswear influence, yet silhouettes are imbued with distinct feminine sophistication. Classic loafers get updated with angular block heels
Boots take center stage with an arresting array of heights and heels, providing flirtatious interplay with every possible hemline. The thigh-high silhouette makes a strong and sexy statement with HIGHLAND, a fashion essential crafted from supple stretch suede that skims the natural contours of the leg.
Stuart Weitzman grew up in Long Island, NY and learned the family business from his father Seymour Weitzman, who was the designer of his own footwear company, Mr. Seymour. Stuart apprenticed under his father, who insisted that he learn all aspects of the shoe business from designing to selling to production. It is because of this early training that Stuart is one of the few shoe designers who is also a skilled pattern maker.