Sophia Webster’s shoe and bag designs fuse pop art, Aztec prints and color!

Sophia Webster Yayoi patent-leather and suede sandals - mirror image
If you could imagine the perfect fusion of pop art, candy and footwear, you’d be imagining Sophia Webster‘s newly designed bags and shoes. The London-based accessory designer is a protégé of THE Nicholas Kirkwood. She was his design assistant and he and his business partner, Christopher Suarez, later helped her launch her Resort/Summer 2013 collection that, according to her, was inspired by “the traditional dress of the Hmong people, Yayoi Kusama and deconstructed Aztec prints, all with a tropical West Palm Beach feel“. So you already know you can expect a collection of amazingly colorful and fanciful accessories.
Sophia Webster Hold Me Speech Bubble leather clutch
Her namesake line just launched exclusively online at Net-a-Porter.com where you can shop fun pieces from her label, like the ‘Yayoi patent-leather and suede sandals‘ and the ‘Hold Me Speech Bubble leather clutch‘ (pictured above). These pieces, like all the rest in her line, are effortless statement makers. And you should snap one up, like NOW!

Check out Sophia Webster’s eye-popping shoes and bags, below and click here to shop the line now on Net-a-Porter.com.
Sophia Webster Dana peep-toe leather sandals
Sophia Webster Karlie brushed-satin and leather peep-toe pumps
Sophia Webster Daria leather and PVC slingbacks
Sophia Webster Yayoi patent-leather and suede sandals black & white
Sophia Webster Riko cutout suede and leather sandals
Sophia Webster Lana embellished PVC and suede sandals
Sophia Webster Azealia woven clutch
Sophia Webster Azealia glitter-finished leather clutch
Sophia Webster Yayoi patent-leather and suede sandals

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