Daily Covet: Illex Kinni Broadway Wedge Boots


The arts seem to have an obsession with dualism: good vs. evil, dark vs. light, etc…  It’s a recurring theme and struggle in classic lit and, from what I hear, is the force driving Natalie Portman’s character to insanity in Black Swan (I know, bad blogger, I’ve not seen it yet).  Personally, I enjoy the contrast and natural balance – particularly in fashion.

Enter Illex Kinni with their latest Ambient Collection.  The headlining style, The Broadway, is a little touch of Jekyll and Hyde syndrome for your feet, but as far as I’m concerned it’s all good.


Even if the black and light gray contrasting leather uppers are too bipolar for your preference, you might enjoy some of their more monotone styles.  Each pair has its own highly-covetable details, from buckles to laces to the signature purple or blue soft leather lining.

To give proper credit, Gregor came across this amazing line of leather boots while researching the stream of neo-cubist inspired fashion labels cropping up across Australia and New Zealand (spurred, perhaps, by Gareth Moody’s Chronicles of Never).  Oh, and there is so much more where this came from.  I’m looking forward to his next post.


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3 Responses to Daily Covet: Illex Kinni Broadway Wedge Boots

  1. sami says:

    i haven’t seen black swan yet either!! we are horrible blogettes! haha



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