The Martha Davis Spring 2012 Collection is Subtly Experimental

By: Meghan Young - Published: Mar 27, 2012 • References: martha-davis & refinery29
The Martha Davis Spring 2012 capsule collection balances a fine line between minimalist and quirky. Each shoe is made out of raw leather straps and wooden heels in a predominantly neutral palette. It is the use of unique heels that take each shoe up a notch from simple to stunning. As though inspired by geometry, these heels adhere to a motif of circles and rectangles.

A result from participating in the San Francisco new talent incubator project dubbed The Workshop Residence, the Martha Davis Spring 2012 capsule collection is inspired by its natural materials: reclaimed, Napa-sourced Cypress and Redwood, vegetable-tanned uppers as well as brass and steel hardware. The designer says, "I am always interested in simple because it's the most honest and beautiful." Stats for Quirkily Heeled Footwear Trending: Older & Average
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