The Italian footwear brand Premiata has presented a collection for the fall-winter 2015/2016 season. Its designer Graziano Mazza was inspired by the ideas of deconstructivism by architect Zaha Hadid. The collection features wedge ankle boots that smoothly “grow” into the upper part of the models and, opening the toe and heel, draws unusual graphics.
In addition to the classic black and beige, one of the models of the line is painted in rock and roll glitter. The collection also has an option with a luminescent wedge heel-ladder.
The history of the Premiata brand began in the 1885 year, when the Italian Mazza family founded a small shoe workshop. In 1991, under the leadership of Graziano Mazza, the Premiata brand appeared. Today, the company creates collections of men's, women's and sports shoes.