Looks from Mi Piaci’s Autumn/Winter 2021 collection called In Harmony. Images supplied.
Mi Piaci‘s elegant new Autumn/Winter 2021 range has started arriving in stores and online with lots of stylish footwear to see you through the chilly weather. The accompanying campaign is called In Harmony and picks up on themes from last season’s Kindred campaign exploring ideas of values, attitudes and beliefs that unite us.
“This season we rest in harmony, exploring and finding a symmetry in all that we do. Following on from our Kindred campaign, In Harmony nods to the ideas and feelings that are both unique to the individual, but exist in a beautiful way when layered consciously with others. Instead of seeking only difference in our world, we turn to each other and explore the similarities that exist and allow us to live in harmony,” states this season’s collection notes.
As always with Mi Piaci’s fashion forward collections there’s a solid mix of timeless footwear that suit a range of tastes while also offering directional styles with bold hues and unexpected details for those who love to make a statement. Each pair is beautifully crafted with a focus firmly on design and form, making these shoes easy to wear while being gorgeous to look at.
Among the hero styles are a pair of knee-high gold boots that are a definite show-stopper and for those who love the gold but prefer a more subtle boot, there’s an ankle boot version as well. More sleek ankle boots feature in shades of cream, brown, black and blush while 90’s style grunge boots feature strongly in this collection too. For the first time in several seasons there is a proliferation of high boots with a pair that even stretch to mid-thigh. There’s also stunning high heels that offer beautiful office to evening versatility and plenty of loafers and sneakers as well.
Mi Piaci have utilised high quality details like premium leathers, elevated hardware and on trend heel detail with textures of croc and high shine patent this season. The brand’s talented design team have created a considered collection that is by New Zealand women, for all women.