This New, Eco-Friendly Shoe Brand Has Us Pretty Jazzed

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    An eco-friendly shoe label inspired by vaudeville dancers from the jazz gge? Consider us charmed. When Brooklyn-based designer Gabriella Hiatt set out to create her own collection of footwear, there was one muse who was so influential, Hiatt named the line after her. Enter Nina Payne, a brand boasting both chic and comfortable footwear styles that channel aesthetic qualities from dance shoes.

    For spring '14, Nina Payne delivers a shoe silhouette for any occasion, with pretty flat, heel, and boot options. Cutout and woven details, metallic straps, and wood-block heels adorn the lookbook selection, which comes in a color palette of ballet pink, gold, navy, and dusted lilac. With a collection stacked with so many fun, wearable styles, the real crime here is not being able to slip into these dancing shoes until springtime. But until then, check out the latest snaps from Nina Payne, ahead.

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