Tamara Mellon launches a deluxe and vibrantly patterned collection of 70s platform sandals, just in time for International Women's Day. The shoe silhouette is exceptionally luxurious not only because of its beautiful graphics, but also because it is wrapped with upcycled vintage scarfs from the Los Angeles flea market.
Mellon launches an accompanying campaign, in which the 70s platform sandals are modeled by four women who are extremely successful in their respective fields. This includes CEO and political strategist Angela Rye, executive producer and co-creator of Westworld Lisa Joy, as well as two of the founding members of the Women's March -- Paola Mendoza and Sarah Sophie Flicker.
The fantastical 70s platform sandals are not only a luxurious statement. Dubbed Kaleidoscope, the collection is "a celebration of individuality, a reflection of our own experiences and styles."