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Move over, boys: This summer, the menswear trend continues to inspire women’s best looks – including shoes and sandals. We’ve added gentle curves to soften traditional loafer and slipper silhouettes. Buckles and weaves that inspire double-takes. Brogue details and delicate cutouts to update our oxfords. Crisp navy, subtle nudes, and demure blushes for wear-everywhere versatility. All together, it’s tailoring at its most impeccable.

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Cut-outs in clothing and shoes are a must-wear trend this summer. We’ve placed the Hotel Bustle’s cut-outs on an angle for a more feminine look.

This is one classy sandal:
We’ve taken the classic fisherman’s sandal and updated it with a girly twist, slimming the silhouette and buffing the leather to a high shine that can be dressed up or down.


Tomboy flats work with any style! Pair them with boyfriend jeans and a slouchy cap or a mini dress in denim for a perfect summer look.

We chart the rise of the fisherman sandal, from its humble origins as a sensible beach shoe to its starring role on London runways and New York streets.


Socks and sandals aren’t always a match made in heaven, but the fisherman sandal circa 1935 makes it work!


FROM THE Runway:
New designer Simone Rocha prettied up this classic style with daisy detailing and a translucent sole.


FROM THE Streets:
This versatile sandal works just as well on the streets of New York as it does by the sea.


Name: Hevin Sener
Age: 20
Bartender at Stories Café,
East London’s Broadway Market

“I’ve always loved shoes and thought I had about 30 pairs but when I counted it turned out to be 76 pairs… I was so shocked!”

“The Hotel Bustle is so comfortable - I could walk around in them all day! I’m wearing them with a 50s-style white leather skirt which I’ve teamed with a 70s-style crochet and suede top. I love mixing pieces from different eras.”

“I don’t think I have a specific style; I just put on items that I really love, even if they shouldn’t traditionally be put together. My style icon is Jacqueline Bisset; I love her sophisticated, bohemian style.”