English text only / Article written for Rebel Femme Online Magazine
Are you a 90’s lover like us? We know that you are nodding your head right now, wanting for more. So, we serve you big news on a golden plate: the iconic footwear brand Melissa has just dropped a major collaboration with a clothing brand and retailer Opening Ceremony.
Starting from on June 27th, Melissa / Opening Ceremony shoe collection is available at Opening Ceremony stores worldwide, at Galeria Melissa flagship stores in São Paulo, New York and London, and on July 12th will be at Melissa e-stores too. Save the date, women!
The Brazilian shoe brand was launched in 1979, inspired by French Riviera jelly shoes work by fishermen, and it’s globally known for its cruelty-free, recyclable shoes made from durable, comfortable and performing Melflex® PVC, and famous collaborations with fashion + art + architecture names, such as Jean-Paul Gaultier, Vivienne Westwood, Jeremy Scott, Karl Lagerfeld, Gaetano Pesce, Jason Wu, Zara Hadid, just to name a few. Meaning, amazing shoes that embrace style and sustainable factor!
This time, the collaboration with the amazing retailer Opening Ceremony adds a fresh twist to Melissa jellies style with the creation of three exclusive shoe sandals, melting 90’s vibes, PVC glamour and tasteful summer colours: the Hatch Sandal, a plastic open toe shoe with net detail, buckled strap at the ankle and a comfortable low-heeled sole in lavender and red or nude colour version; the Ladii, a slip-on open-toe mule with a thick heel and transparent details, available in vermillion red, yellow lime, orange and turquoise; the Flipp, a slide flat jelly featuring upper net texture and performing shoe sole, in pink orange and chocolate brown colour hues.
These beauties for the feet represent, once again, the perfect combination of aesthetic and comfort, and Melissa / Opening Ceremony exclusive collection proves that youthful and playful nostalgia immersed in a contemporary fashion proclaim the ultimate summer accessory as the real winner everyone will desire to wear.
Photo credit by Melissa, Opening Ceremony