Iutta launches its first shoe collection with traditional motifs

Newsroom 30/03/2015 | 13:02

Romanian leather shoes, bags and accessories manufacturer Iutta, launches on April 2 at Galateca its first collection of shoes with traditional motifs. The new line will be displayed in the showcases of the contemporary art gallery as part of the `Maiastra Design` project, in a setting having as theme the silver forest. The concept will give life to Eminescu inspirational elements in an organic set-up focused on the elegance of the birch.

The first collection of Iutta shoes is defined by colors, shapes and textures inspired by nature. This season’s line is a dance of forms and embroideries, with design variations that bring in contemporary ancestral symbols. From high heels platform shoes and boots, the new line introduces the elegance of the embroidered motifs in the accessories of a daily outfit.

The new shoe collection called “Conduri cu dor” is available here: www.iutta.ro/conduri-cu-dor.

The organic set-up conceived by Iutta and the NO NO NO workshop is called “The silver forest” and supports the line’s story.

Throughout the event, guests will be able to write down their thoughts about their story together using typewriters.

The event’s storytellers will be Nicoleta Chirica, Iutta founder and designer, and Silvia Cristescu, fashion editor and stylist with Viva!.

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