Hobbs’ un­der­stated de­tail fits WA style

Western Suburbs Weekly - - Fashion -

THE Trea­sury build­ing and Cathe­dral Square de­vel­op­ment, aided by a very charis­matic lit­tle Citroen called Betsy, formed the back­drop for the Hobbs au­tumn win­ter 2016 shoot.

This sea­son’s col­lec­tion brings the best in­ter­na­tional trends to a cov­etable ev­ery­day style.

Sneak­ers and util­ity flats make a state­ment, em­bel­lished with vin­tage washes and a hint of sparkle.

Laser-cut el­e­ments, lace-ups, studs and a lit­tle fring­ing add lust-wor­thy de­tail to heels and boots. Moving on from the bal­let, struc­tured flats take cen­tre stage. This more mas­cu­line look has been in­ter­preted through slip­pers, brogues and lace-ups.

An­kle boots con­tinue their dom­i­nance over knee-high boots, tak­ing on all the fea­ture and tex­ture of the sea­son.

Hobbs buyer Lucy Ah­ern said cus­tomers would find global, on­trend styles they could im­me­di­ately in­cor­po­rate into their wardrobe.

“The sea­son’s un­der­stated de­tail will fit well with our WA style,” she said.

With Desmond Eddy

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