When Kari Sigerson and Miranda Morrison designed Sigerson Morrison, they made shoes women didn’t even know they were missing. Instead of churning out standard black ballerinas or nude pumps, they twisted their designs a notch away from typical, tapering the heels of their wedges into Gaudí-like structures and crafting their flats out of pony hair and snakeskin. Interesting but wearable, those were the kind of shoes that people not only wanted, but needed.
Now—after parting ways with their namesake label last year—Sigerson and Morrison are at it again, via a capsule for Anthropologie launching online and in stores today. Called Pied Juste, the collection’s designs, fabrics and details are stirring, but subtly so. With foldover flaps, cutout details, ombré patinas and braided cords, it smacks of the duo’s old handiwork in more than a few ways.
That is, except for the prices. They’re even better, starting at $118 for flats—I’ve spent more at Steve Madden when actively trying to be budget-conscious—and capping off at $298 for a pair of black calf-high boots. (Dusted with a bit of silver-y ash, those have the feel of a way more pricey, fancy consignment store find.) Slightly off-kilter but never too magpie or art-y, Pied Juste might really be the shoes women are missing.
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