British model Poppy Delevinge has collaborated with luxury footwear designer Aquazzura.
Poppy Delevingne has teamed up with footwear label Aquazzura.
The British model has collaborated with the luxury brand and its co-founder Edgardo Osorio and created a new nine-piece collection entitled Aquazzura x Poppy Delevingne.
The Colombian cobbler revealed the inspiration behind the range was Poppy's own ''mystical'' wedding ceremony to James Cook, which took place in Morocco last year.
Edgardo said: ''It's mystical and romantic, but interpreted in a way that felt very charming and English.
''I've always admired Poppy and I love her style, a very English mix of kooky and chic.''
And Poppy - whose younger sister is supermodel Cara Delevingne - has included signature lace-up flats embellished with moons and stars and espadrilles and lace-up heels within her line.
She told Women's Wear Daily: ''Each time a new collection is released, I become more attached to the Aquazzura aesthetic. I love wearing Osorio's shoes, they always have a sense of humour to them.''
Meanwhile, Poppy recently revealed she loves showing off her fashion ''vibe'' on social media.
She said: ''It's a conversation. It doesn't have to be, 'Look at these boots that I own or look at these sunglasses I just bought.' It's more like, 'This is my vibe, I'm putting it out there, what do you think?' It's so nice that we get to share that with the world.''
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