Bulgarian-born, London-based designer Kiko Kostadinov has released his Spring/Summer 2021 collection as seen during his “00102021 SIROKKÓ” runway presentation, and one standout from the offering are these Chelsea boots.
Finished in “Tulip/Green,” the boots come complete with a bang-on-trend square toe and an almost cowboy boot-esque aesthetic. This is achieved by the large front panel that’s embellished with leather appliqué patches in the form of four flowers per foot, lined with a blue-toned backing to add further contrast to the pair.
The result is ultimately vintage in taste. A black crepe sole running the full length of the shoe and up to the rear of the heel and a black elasticated side contrast the color palette, yet further add to the overall retro look.
As with most of Kiko’s stuff, the boots are sans-branded because they quite simply speak for themselves as a new signature of the designer. Take a closer look at the pair above, and purchase them now on Dover Street Market’s website for £445 GBP (approx. $610 USD).
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