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Year in Review: In the Showroom

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The best way to understand a brand’s story is to visit its showroom. From decor and vignettes, to meeting the people who design, sell and market the collection, trips to showrooms offer buyers (and editors) a complete look at the season ahead and the styles or colorways that didn’t quite make the cut.

Showroom appointments are also the Vamp team’s favorite type of workday field trips. Here’s a look back at some of our favorites.

In the Showroom: Teva Spring ’16

Teva continues to reinvent itself in ways that speak to outdoor-, comfort- and fashion-minded consumers. The three-part Spring ’16 collection offers a mix of day-to-night materials and versatile silhouettes each with the hallmarks that have made the brand a mainstay in summer wardrobes year after year. Read more…

In the Showroom: Seychelles Spring ’16

Seychelles Inc. showed the first full season of Eight Fifteen, a new luxury shoe brand focused on wearability. The line breaks away from the company’s other trend-driven lines aimed at a younger consumer and targets a woman in her 30s-40s. Read more…

In the Showroom: Bernardo Spring ’16

Bohemia, with a touch of disco, is alive and well in Bernardo’s Spring ’16 collection of ’70s-inspired sandals. The heritage brand has managed to seamlessly capture the decade’s two distinct looks in a single collection that spans beachside espadrilles to metallic dress slides. Read more…

In the Showroom: Cat Spring ’16

Cat’s Spring ’16 collection includes its first-ever range of wedge sandals. The sandals are keeping with the Cat family with chunky wood bases and rugged leather uppers in earth tones. Other warm weather options include fisherman, footbed and fringe-accented sandals — picture perfect styles for festival season. Read more…

In the Showroom: Nina Originals Spring ’16

When Nina Footwear launched Nina Originals in 2013, to coincide with its 60th anniversary, the concept was simple: Take important styles from the brand’s past and revive them for the millennial consumer. Two years later, Nina Originals, led by Creative Director Flori Silverstein, is a full-fledged collection of dress, work and casual footwear with a look all its own. Read more…

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