Spanish brand, Pedro Garcia’s S/S’12 collection

by Katie on March 21, 2012

Pedro Garcia’s a classy little Spanish shoe brand that appears in all the right websites (NetaPorter.com, FarFetch.com) and consistently turns out beautifully designed, Euro twist shoes that serve a Spring/Summer climate splendidly. And, their S/S’12 collection is no different.
This third generation of shoe-makers business that’s still run and owned by the Garcia family, have employed the creative direction and vision of photographer and painter, Daniel Riera, to translate their vision of Spanish craftmanship and style.
Photographed on Lanzarote, Riera took the natural lava and black sands as inspiration, similar to painter, architect and sculptor, César Manrique, who blended the artificial with the natural rugged landscape.
The collection is 1980s inspired with Apache chic leanings and comes in mostly neutral shades but with the brilliant electric blue to raise its game and provide a bolt of much needed colour and energy. The sculptured high backs and rounded toes echo the natural shapes of the island.
The collection was photographed at four of the Lanzarote’s emblematic enclaves: Jameos del Agua, Mirador del Río, Jardín de Cactus and Casa Museo del Campesino. 

See for yourself how it all worked out.



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