Olivia Palermo has revealed her six creations for Italian footwear brand Aquazzura.
Olivia Palermo has unveiled her capsule collection for Aquazzura.
The 28-year-old socialite - who teamed up with the Italian footwear brand's founder and designer, Edgardo Osorio, to create a 12-piece line of six shoe styles - has finally revealed her hotly anticipated collection which will be available to buy from September 12 on Net-A-Porter.com, reports Telegraph.co.uk.
The line consists of a jewelled sandal available in magnolia and black for £995, gladiator sandals in black and snakeskin for £495, as well as ankle boots, a heeled pump, a simple strappy sandal and a thigh-high boot ranging from £375 up to £1000.
Olivia said in a statement: ''The Aquazzura aesthetic very much fits my own, so it made sense to collaborate with my good friend Edgardo. I think it is no secret that I love a good shoe, so I very much enjoyed creating a 'survival pack' for every occasion and women of all ages.
''I hope they have as much fun wearing them as we had creating them.''
The collection is entitled Aquazzura x Olivia Palermo and will also be available from 12 global retailers, including the luxury department store Saks Fifth Avenue, Lane Crawford, Tsum, and Holt Renfrew.
Osorio - who graduated for Central Saint Martins in 2011 - is thrilled to have worked on the line with the model and labelled her the ''unofficial ambassador'' of the brand.
He previously said: ''Olivia basically has been our unofficial ambassador. She's always wearing the shoes.''
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