Chloe Green's new shoe collection was inspired by her travels.
The Topshop heiress has revealed her Spring/Summer 2014 footwear line was influenced by her globe-trotting lifestyle, with the 24-year-old designer naming each pair of covetable green-soled heels after a place she visited across the Atlantic, from Upper East to Rio de Janeiro.
She told the MailOnline: ''I have been travelling a lot to get inspiration for my range. I've spent time in the States and South America to get an idea of the markets out there.''
Chloe - whose father is billionaire Sir Philip Green - made sure to stay true to her own aesthetic and personal tastes as well as taking inspiration from what's hot on the catwalk for her latest Chloe Jade Green range.
She explained: ''I am following the trend for lower heels this season but I didn't take much inspiration from the catwalks because I always want to base my designs on what I'd wear myself. I don't want to lose what's me.''
Despite having a wardrobe brimming with designer pieces, Chloe insists she is a high street girl at heart.
She added: ''I would say I'm edgy chic but effortlessly put together. I love Givenchy and YSL and high street wise, I usually shop in Topshop and I love Zara at the moment.''
Chloe's shoe line is available from CJG.com, Selfridges.com and Topshop.com.