Church's designs a capsule collection of sandals for women
English heritage label Church's has revealed a collection of new women's sandals that will be offered as a capsule collection of black, white, silver and gold this summer.
It consists of a classic yet updated style with a new double-buckle and adornment of crystals and studs on the upper – a nod to traditional English brogue shoes it's famed for.
Church's has a rich history in luxurious footwear, which in some part helps explain why the brand became a part of the Prada Group in 1999, after being founded back in 1873 in Northampton, UK.
In 1921, Church's opened their first shop in London and shortly thereafter opened their first location overseas in New York on its famed Madison Avenue.
Production for Church's shoes is done within the brand's dedicated factory, "by specialised artisans, and hand-made." It takes aakes up to eight weeks to produce each pair – every style undergoing over 250 detailed manual operations before it leaves the factory.