For Fall 2015, we showed you how creative director Alessandro Michele began evolving Gucci’s approachable, luxurious image to a more free-spirited one. If you headed over to PurseBlog recently, you probably noticed the very detailed handbags that hit the runway for Spring 2016, and this same aesthetic has been transferred to the brand’s footwear (and don’t worry; there were no furry shoes in sight).
This collection was inspired by the wilderness, with floral-print loafers and slithering snakes on top of the chunky-heeled mules. Some other notable styles you’ll find are t-strap platforms, lace-up pumps and a pair of very studded sandals.
These Gucci shoes may not follow the usual code of Gucci aesthetics, but it’s a change that makes sense. Check out the full collection below and tell us what you think!
[Images via Vogue Runway]