Cinematorial | Jacquemus Les Rond Carré: The Cubist Sandals

24. October 2017

Wearing: Jacquemus Les Rond Carre Sandals, Mango Paperbag Pants (last season, but similar herehere, and here), Solace London Kelsey One Shoulder Top (shop similar here, here, and here), Mango Earrings, Le Specs The Last Lolita Sunglasses, and a Boyy Karl Bag

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Have you ever heard of Cubist shoes? Me neither, but these geometric, asymmetric Jacquemus Les Rond Carre sandals epitomize the idea. Read more to see what I mean.

Jacquemus Les Rond Carre Sandals
Jacquemus Les Rond Carre Sandals


It’s no secret for anyone who has followed my blog for years, that Jacquemus is my favorite designer and that I was even wearing the brand years before it became the cult label it has become now. My love for the label has continued with the years. So when I spotted these Jacquemus Les Rond Carre sandals, which consist of asymmetric, geometrical forms, I was simply sold. The magic in Jacquemus designs is that he designs and cuts clothes and shoes ‘like a kid would’ and these sandals are no exception. Clearly inspired by Cubism, Picasso, and Matisse, Jacquemus is a brand I will always turn to to find whimsical, and playful designs.




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One response to “Cinematorial | Jacquemus Les Rond Carré: The Cubist Sandals”

  1. Rena says:

    So cool this look with the off the shoulder top!
    xx from Bavaria/Germany, Rena

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