Clarks seeks inspiration in its rich 60s heritage for Archive Reinvented.
Clarks rewind to the fashion moment of the 60s when British style enjoyed its heyday. References come direct from Clarks own enormous archive and are mixed back with modern inspirations.
Effortlessly stylish, casual shoes are natural territory for Clarks. When it was created in 1950, the Clarks Desert Boot defined a new, smart yet relaxed way to dress. It is this attitude which is still at the heart of this brand. Now Clarks have looked back to treasured artisanal techniques from the past and revived them for the Spring/Summer 2016 season.
In recognition of modern lives where everyday style mixes casual spirit and athletic sensibilities, Clarks creates an offering which brings innovative techniques to the fore. With Clarks heritage of unconventional thinking in mind, completely new silhouettes and fabrications are introduced.
Prim yet upbeat is the mood. Chinaberry Fun is infused with nods to retro including a statement rectangle trim and square toe shape. A timeless block heel looks just as right now as it did then and becomes the defining silhouette of the Archive Reinvented collection.
Polyveldt is an authentic 70s construction pioneered by Clarks to create ultra-durable shoes with a simple yet stylish feel. The Hexton Glitz updates Polyveldt for now, teaming the construction with chunky buckled straps and ultralight EVA soles.
Tri Nova Tri Amanda
With sleek lines, chunky straps and a clean palette, Tri Nova is a sandal featuring the Flex 3 sole and a future-gazing Clarks response to sportswear dressing. Tri Amanda takes the unique Flex 3 construction and gives it a hint of femininity with a rip tape across the foot, softly tumbled ivory leather and artisanal hand stitching.
Pastina Mallory takes distinctively sporty details like Velcro straps, lightweight soles and laser cut details and transforms them into a polished, block heel with a track side feel.
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