Nicholas Kirkwood's Spring '14 Is A Sublime Step Back In Time

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    Nicholas Kirkwood, one of our all-time favourite shoe designers, has done it again. The spring '14 collection is a triumph of architectural design meets ingenious fabrications, and smokin' hot colour ways. Yes, you are right in thinking we really rather like it.

    The designer cites Morocco and the '70s as the leading inspiration points, though if you're thinking this will lead to a collection bursting with pointed slippers and sky-scraper platforms then you'd be wrong. It's all in the details, think Moroccan-punched leather detailing on a putty-coloured high heel and acid bright block heels. Click through to see a preview of the shoes we know we're going to be dreaming about for months to come. Like this post? There's more. Get tons of style secrets, insider shopping dish, fashion news, and more on the Refinery29 Fashion Facebook page!

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