Melissa Shoes x The Cambridge Satchel Company Announce New Collaboration

September 15, 2016 |  by  |  Fashion, Fashion Trends  |  Share


With the clear/transparent trend taking place in the fashion world, the Melissa Shoes x The Cambridge Satchel Collab is right on time!


Brazilian plastic footwear brand, Melissa, announces an exciting new collaboration with iconic British brand, The Cambridge Satchel Company. Set to launch tomorrow September 16th during London Fashion Week, the two have created a contemporary capsule collection of bags featuring Cambridge’s classic silhouette fashioned in Melissa’s signature plastic.

Melissa Shoes is best known for creating design-driven plastic footwear, complete with a tutti-fruiti scent. The publicly-traded Brazilian brand crafts bold, stylish shoes made entirely of plastic celebrated by the global fashion community. The brand is followed around the world, and has collaborated with top design talent including Jason Wu, Vivienne Westwood, Alexandre Herchcovitch, Gareth Pugh, Zaha Hadid, Karl Lagerfeld, the Campana Brothers and more.

The Melissa Satchel + The Cambridge Satchel Company collection is based on the iconic, 11- inch satchel design. Re-envisioned in Melissa’s trademark plastic, the bag features classic buckle closures, detailed stitching and sleek metal hardware. With a glossy finish, the style is also entirely waterproof—a perfect option for those who refuse to sacrifice fashion for function during less desirable weather. The satchels come are offered in 3 distinct colorways: black, red and holographic.


The MELISSA SATCHEL + THE CAMBRIDGE SATCHEL COMPANY will be available for purchase at Galeria Melissa London and The Cambridge Satchel Company flagship store September 16th, 2016 and will retail for $132.
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