Geometric shapes in strong contrasting colours which interrupt each other and literally dazzle. Originally created by marine artist, Norman Wilkinson, and used on warships to confuse and mislead. Adopted and developed into a major art form by Picasso and the Cubists. And now the inspiration for the 1941 collection.
These shoes combine “razzle dazzle” camouflage with other influences from the Japanese navy; nautical stripes, woven rope and denim leather.
The collection features Stoker’s signature perspex heels, sculptured wooden platforms and stunningly printed pony skins.