Britain's ability to be irreverent and escape the impositions of the times brings us to present a selection of brands such as Pop, Shikha, Run & Fly, and Merc inspired by the swinging sixties that marked a before and after in women's fashion.
Women announced their growing independence and the miniskirt was their main symbol. In contrast to the seriousness of the prevailing fashion, designer Mary Quant imposed a style that was informal, simple and colorful, including dresses, colored tights, shorts and flare pants, and celebrities such as Twiggy, Brigitte Bardot and Nancy Sinatra made it fashionable.
Classic styles never disappear, you can relive them.
In 1945, in a town near Munich, Dr. Klaus Maertens created a style of boots with a rubber sole and an air chamber, the genuine and revolutionary "air cushion sole", to provide comfort to a friend of his who had had an accident while skiing.
In 1960, Dr. Maertens and his friend decided to manufacture the boots in the town of Wollaston, in the county of Northamptonshire, England, with the commercial name of Dr. Martens.
The first model that was launched was the "1460".
Dr. Martens boots have been an icon and a symbol of identity in the diverse cultural movements that have arisen in England in the last 30 years; from the skinheads and mods to the punk rock and grunge of the 90's.
UK-Look shoes is a brand that revives the legendary, mythic and authentic icons of classis style of the 60's and 70's glory years in the England of the Beatles, The Who, The Jam, ...
Classic models such as loafers, brogues, Chelsea boots, beat boots, monket boots, bowling shoes, and creepers make up this collection for the most demanding customers.
Handmade by master shoemakers.