There are few things I love more than a great shoe collection, so it's always great to hear about a new designer who is making waves in the fashion industry, which is exactly what the Alejandro Ingelmo Spring 2012 collection did.
The designer may be relatively unknown at the moment to everyone except for fashion industry insiders and fashion week addicts, but that will surely change soon.
The designer designed shoes for the Helmut Lang and Chris Benz collections during New York Fashion Week this season, so his work is already being noticed. Ingelmo is a recent CFDA nominee, and one look at his shoes makes it clear that he certainly deserves the honor.
The Alejandro Ingelmo Spring 2012 collection was chock-full of strappy metallic heels and flats in architectural, avant-garde shapes and styles.
In a world dominated by names like Christian Louboutin, Jimmy Choo, and Brian Atwood, there is no doubt that Alejandro Ingelmo will soon join the ranks of those greats and become a household name.
The Alejandro Ingelmo Spring 2012 Collection is a Stunning Debut
1. Strappy Metallic Footwear - Disruptive innovation opportunity: Exploring new materials and designs to create unique and attention-grabbing metallic footwear.
2. Architectural Shoe Designs - Disruptive innovation opportunity: Incorporating avant-garde architectural elements into shoe designs to create visually striking and unconventional products.
3. Emerging Fashion Designers - Disruptive innovation opportunity: Supporting and promoting the work of emerging fashion designers like Alejandro Ingelmo to bring fresh perspectives and unique designs to the industry.
1. Fashion Design - Disruptive innovation opportunity: Collaborating with designers to push boundaries and experiment with new materials, shapes, and styles.
2. Footwear Manufacturing - Disruptive innovation opportunity: Investing in advanced manufacturing techniques and technologies to create intricate and complex shoe designs.
3. Fashion Retail - Disruptive innovation opportunity: Curating and promoting emerging fashion designers in retail spaces to offer customers new and exciting options beyond established luxury brands.