Fashionable statements take your wardrobe into the new year

5:45 am | Friday, December 12th, 2014

t1212pr-vince camuto_1Vince Camuto Holiday 2014 offers three statement-making trends to take you into the New Year: Prime Cuts, Fringe Benefits and Band Practice.

Prime Cuts is a collection of asymmetrical and honeycomb cutout designs, diamond perforated detail, scalloped edges and peep-toe footwear silhouettes.

Shoes and handbags are refined, offered in feminine silhouettes, in soft calf and true suede combinations. Classic rich black, shades of grey and dark walnut complement the seasonal deep cherry red, lapis blue and antique steel. These styles are the perfect accent to add edge to a more polished look.

Fringe Benefits imparts a care-free attitude and style, encouraging the Vince Camuto woman to embrace her unique individuality. With oversized fringes, chain detail, gold buckles and block heels, there’s an opportunity for eye-catching movement and wardrobe accents in warm caramel, vibrant sulfur, deep redwood and metallic leather   to stand out in a crowd.

t1212pr-vince camuto_2Band Practice includes modern gladiator and caged uppers, sculptured silhouettes, lock closures, and multiple bands and buckle fastenings. These fashion warrior styles are made modern with minimalist lines in luxe leather and footwear with feminine heel heights.

In mixed-media combinations, including soft matte leather, smooth croco and glossy snake, handbags include tote, clutch and the ever-versatile cross-body bags.

Vince Camuto is exclusively distributed by Stores Specialists Inc. (SSI), a member of The SSI Group, and is available at Central Square Bonifacio High Street, Rustan’s Makati, Glorietta Mall, Alabang Town Center and Shangri-La Plaza Mall.

Tags: fashion , Lifestyle , Paskong pinoy , Paskong pinoy shopping , Vince Camuto

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