Designers Guillaume Hinfrey and Marco Sensi have launched the CorsoComo capsule collection.
Guillaume Hinfray pour CorsoComo FW'11-12. This limited edition line is entirely made in Italy and features a special logo on the insole and sole.
The collection of the FW'11-12 season features several models made of chevro and pony fur. Unique material processing technologies allow achieving original visual effects. For example, artificial cracking of patent leather creates an effect of depth and volume. The sole of the shoe is made of leather and has hand-sewn prophylaxis. Massive heels and thin stilettos on shoes and ankle boots of this line are covered with leather. All models are decorated with a metal ring - the hallmark of the designer Guillaume Hinfrey. The main colors of the collection are terracotta, dark chestnut, mirror gray, charcoal black and green ink.
Ballet shoes from this collection, similar to ballet pointes, have a circular assembly. Comfort and convenience are achieved due to the elasticity of the arch support. Laconic leather bow is the only decorative element. Like other accessories used in this collection, it is made in a factory near Milan, where all the accessories for shoes of the house of Alexander McQueen are produced. A complex, one-piece cut of the leather at the heel and the upper emphasizes the exclusivity of the ankle boots. Its height increases visually due to the vertical black strip running along the back of the heel.
Shoes and ankle boots with voluminous “collar muffs” are a separate line of this collection. The textile upper does not get wet thanks to a special water-repellent treatment. The dense processing of the leather allows the shoe to keep its shape longer, and its large texture, emphasized by the wax treatment, goes well with the textile upper.
Previously, designers have worked with such fashion houses as Hermes, Bottega Veneta, Salvatore Ferragamo. Today, Guillaume Hinfrey's collections are sold in his mono-brand boutique in Milan and in the best multi-brand department stores in Europe and America.
Designers are also involved in the development of the core women's line of the CORSOCOMO brand.