They have a really wide collection with as many colors as you can imagine…
A bit of History:
sh was founded in 2000 from the passion and the knowledge of two great creative minds: Leonello Calvani and Patrick Ithier. Both with experience in the luxury shoe market, Calvani and Ithier worked for such top names as Charles Jourdan and Stephane Kelian. Their partnership was formed out of their mutual stylistic and commercial taste and a desire for edgy and unique contemporary footwear.
Their shoes reflect their background in French luxury design, merged with Italian leathers and craftsmanship. The philosophy of Ash was created on two main ideas: the selection of the distribution and the price competition, while creating cool unique products for fashion forward consumers. Ash shoes target the fashion conscious generation of men and women who travel to the style capitals of the world, always setting trends, never following them.
Glamour and originality of the styles are always at the base of the philosophy of the brand, starting from the architectural concept of each store. The retail space reflect the brand’s edginess, unique products and philosophy. Leather walls, stone floors, bold graphics and eye-catching window displays create the contrast of old world charm with modern aesthetics and interesting concepts. All retail stores carry a wide range of men’s, women’s and children’s shoes as well as other leather accessories.
What makes those wedge sneakers special, is that they’re cool and clever at the same time. You can wear them with jeans, skirt and dress…
A lot of celebrities were seen wearing them…
Ash footwear is not a cheap brand, prices are around 200$, a bit less… a bit more… Which lead that day to a huge discussion:
Would you buy these cute, funky shoes with high price or rather buy fake ones or maybe brands that are less expensive?
Well some girls were willing to buy the originals, because they really like them and they’re gonna be wearing them daily.
Others were rather, we like them, but at the end it is just a sneaker, so we’re more for buying a less expensive pair, because we might not end-up wearing them that much.
So what do you think? Do you like this trend? And would you buy the originals?
Would love to hear your opinions fashionistas 🙂