It was the era that defined fashion.
Think Sixties and you think geometric squares and strong, bold patterns.
A palate that encompasses monochrome, vibrant splashes of purple and orange,
and muted hues of pinks and teals. Unexpected materials like metals and perspex.
These signatures were mainly originated by Andre Courreges and inspired
Quant and many others, not just in that decade, but consistently since.
In her 1964 collection, Stoker not only draws from these influences but also from the graphic interiors of the time. She skillfully interweaves these with her own individual trademarks, such as architectural heels which provide a refreshing twist to classic shapes.
The end result is shoes that are both reminiscent of those sensational
times but are also very uniquely now.