Fall 2009 | Raf Simons x Dr. Martens

August 29, 2009

Fall 2009 | Raf Simons x Dr. Martens

Raf Simons’ latest collection for Dr. Martens is set to add some pizazz to a fall season that is quite dark. Working with the traditional 3-eye, Double Monk Strap, 8-eye and High Boot styles, Simons offers Dr. Martens’ iconic look a new spin with the introduction of the Zip, Strap and 3-eye Zipped styles. Housing two distinct aesthetics, the collection plays at both conservative and bold features. Drawn to Excel and New-Nova leather, Simons creates a smart look where the excitement is maintained in the details. Meanwhile, in general Raf Simons’ flair, the Koram Flash selection features reflective metallics in gold, copper and pewter. If you’re going to be dressed in all black this fall, you might as well let your shoes do the talking. If not available already, the collection should be reaching stores any day now. Stockists include Browns, Oki-ni, Dover Street Market and Selfridges.

Fall 2009 | Raf Simons x Dr. Martens
Fall 2009 | Raf Simons x Dr. Martens
Fall 2009 | Raf Simons x Dr. Martens
Fall 2009 | Raf Simons x Dr. Martens

Pictures courtesy of Raf Simons

26 thoughts on “Fall 2009 | Raf Simons x Dr. Martens”

  1. the double monk strap ones are prety classic.
    and the plain low cut with the pointier toe remind me of those amazing brothel creeper inspired, double sole shoes from the mens Jil Sander fw 08/09 cllection.
    Man, I’m never going to get over those.
    *sigh*

  2. the double monk strap ones are prety classic.
    and the plain low cut with the pointier toe remind me of those amazing brothel creeper inspired, double sole shoes from the mens Jil Sander fw 08/09 cllection.
    Man, I’m never going to get over those.
    *sigh*

  3. the double monk strap ones are prety classic.
    and the plain low cut with the pointier toe remind me of those amazing brothel creeper inspired, double sole shoes from the mens Jil Sander fw 08/09 cllection.
    Man, I’m never going to get over those.
    *sigh*

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