Décolleté shoes, ballerina shoes and sneakers. These are the Hogan footwear models reinterpreted by Katie Grand. Finishes in leather and canvas with pois details in light blue, pink, white and red for a look that's guaranteed to turn heads.
Katie Grand has created for Hogan a series of large and medium-sized bags as well as messenger bags and mini clutches in plain coloured leather. For those who like to travel or those who enjoy adding a touch of refined irony to their evenings.
For iPhone and iPad cases Katie Grand has chosen not only to use leather in plain colours or patterned with a pois design in pink, white, black and light blue, but also to add embroidered hearts in tribute to the magazine Love of which she is editor-in-chief.
To present the new capsule collection a fashion film has also been created, which is directed by Katie Grand herself with Daniel Jackson. Sensual and tempting, the models wear the items of the collection in a surreal and dreamlike atmosphere.
For the third season Katie Grand, stylist and editor of the magazine LOVE, has collaborated with Hogan to create a special Spring/Summer 2014 collection. The capsule is based on the success of the previous collections, with the addition of a series of elegant and original new products. As well as sneakers, ballerina shoes, clutches, iphone and ipad cases, the collection
features new footwear models and new materials and colours. The look, as always, is young and dynamic and still features the heart motive - a tribute to the half-yearly fashion magazine that Katie Grand directs. Another theme used in the collection are the pois patterns decorating both the shoes and the accessories. To celebrate the collaboration between the stylist and Hogan,
for the third time a large-sized magazine has been published, featuring photos by Daniel Jackson of models such as Edie Campbell, Linda Evangelista and Georgia May Jagger wearing Katie Grand ♥ Hogan creations. The collection will be available in Hogan boutiques from the end of January 2014 and a number of dedicated displays will be set up.