The wondrous shoe gods have bestowed beauties that are full of street style with the Jeffrey Campbell for Black Milk collection. The collaboration consists of three Black Milk-esque motifs fused with five Jeffrey Campbell kicks (a killer combo).
The first set dubbed ‘Bone Machine’ is inspired by the late Lee McQueen and features a ghostly skeletal design. The ‘Rainbow Galaxy’ series consists of nebulatastic wears; the pattern was created using a real-life NASA space photo. The final line appropriately entitled, ‘Sick of Men,’ is a nod to old school comics and heartbreaking love stories. The distinctive patterns add flair and personality to an every day outfit.
These illusionistic platforms can be paired with everything from simple jeans and tees to trendy chiffon mullet skirts. The Jeffrey Campbell for Black Milk collection will be on the coveted list of statement-setting fashionistas around the globe.
The Jeffrey Campbell for Black Milk Collection is out of This World
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