Novo brings Angel Azorin shoes to Australia

A silky white ribbon wrapped around the ankle with a beautiful Spanish saying printed on it – “What makes a shoe so seductive?”

That doesn’t seem a million dollar question. For some it’s the design, while for others it’s the designer. Walking around town in a luxurious pair of designer shoes is not just assuring for the ego, but also responsible for making a woman feel sexy, important and powerful. When you give her an exquisitely designed and handcrafted piece of footwear, the smile blazes up a thousand watts.

And this is what the new Australian-Spanish design collaboration is aspiring to do – allot designer shoes to every closet. Something that makes a girl feel and look expensive.

angel azorin novo shoes

Click the thumbnails for full pictures:
Angel Azorin for Novo: shoe collection look book
Angel Azorin for Novo: shoe collection look book
Angel Azorin for Novo: shoe collection look book
Angel Azorin for Novo: shoe collection look book
Angel Azorin for Novo: shoe collection look book
Angel Azorin for Novo: shoe collection look book
Angel Azorin for Novo: shoe collection look book
Angel Azorin for Novo: shoe collection look book
Angel Azorin for Novo: shoe collection look book
Angel Azorin for Novo: shoe collection look book
Angel Azorin for Novo: shoe collection look book
Angel Azorin for Novo: shoe collection look book
Angel Azorin for Novo: shoe collection look book
Angel Azorin for Novo: shoe collection look book
Angel Azorin for Novo: shoe collection look book
Angel Azorin for Novo: shoe collection look book
Angel Azorin for Novo: shoe collection look book
Angel Azorin for Novo: shoe collection look book
Angel Azorin for Novo: shoe collection look book
Angel Azorin for Novo: shoe collection look book
Angel Azorin for Novo: shoe collection look book
Angel Azorin for Novo: shoe collection look book
Angel Azorin for Novo: shoe collection look book
Angel Azorin for Novo: shoe collection look book
Angel Azorin for Novo: shoe collection look book
Angel Azorin for Novo: shoe collection look book
Angel Azorin for Novo: shoe collection look book
Angel Azorin for Novo: shoe collection look book

Spanish shoe designer Angel Azorin has designed a 12-piece shoe range, exclusive to Novo’s Australian market, with an affordable price point (AUD $129-$189). But the quality isn’t bargained for the price. Every shoe has been handcrafted in Azorin’s factory in southeast Spain, and engraved with the designer’s shiny golden hologram.

Spring 2011 trends are seen through the collection, especially with pleats, bows and clashing colours. The leather, patent, suede and silken fabrics cluster the collection in its own niche. There’s a hint of Spanish summer in every design, whether it’s wedges, flat sandals or high-heels. You might cringe on the glimpse of kitten heels, but worry not they’re less grandma, more lady-like.

On meeting the designer to talk about the collection, it took just one confession to leave me astounded.

He said, “When I was designing for the southern hemisphere, I had to keep the market in mind and I found Australian women to be more feminine and colourful than European women”. Need I say more?

The collection will arrive in-store in October 2011 and can also be purchased online.

In the meanwhile, mark your favourites by clicking on the thumbnails to view the entire collection.

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Shitika Anand is a freelance journalist, based in Sydney, who is addicted to coffee, vintage boutiques, bright-glitzy earrings and British stand-up comedy. Her bank account weeps every time she walks out of a shoe shop, but her shoe rack throws a 'welcome home' party for the new member. Her undying love for words is obvious when she narrates her entire life story to a stranger on the train. Which is partly the reason she's resorted to writing. When not blogging, she can be found in a corner of her nearest bookshop, hiding under a monstrous pile of international fashion magazines. You can read more of her work on her personal site, Sweet Dreams in my world.