Italian premium brand Premiata has unveiled a capsule collection of ankle boots that uses the ideas of deconstructivism of the recently deceased Zaha Hadid, one of the most famous architects of our time. The semantic center of the collection is a wedge heel: it smoothly “grows” into the upper part of the ankle boots. The foot becomes a form uniting the elements of this architecture into a single composition. In a capsule created for women who prefer a classic style with avant-garde elements, designer Graziano Mazza shifted the emphasis to an unusual shape, so the collection turned out to be mostly black and white. Particular attention is drawn to a series of models with a wedge-ladder in pastel beige and mint colors. An avant-garde line of ankle boots will be presented in some Russian stores, including TSUM, DLT, No One, dad, Litz, Leform and others.