Terry de Havilland announces the return of its iconic Festival Boot
INSPIRED by the eccentric and fashion-forward style of the seventies, legendary shoe brand Terry de Havilland has announced the return of its iconic Festival Boot.
Perfect for the frostier months, the brand-new statement boot boasts a croc-effect lace-up design and chunky rubber sole and comes in three attention-grabbing colour ranges – metallic silver, black and wine-red.
Established over 50 years ago, Terry de Havilland’s eponymous luxury label is renowned for its flamboyant footwear and was quickly stocked on London’s Kings Road upon its founding. A favourite of both male and female style icons alike, from David Bowie and Rudolf Nureyev to Madonna and Amy Winehouse, Havilland, who later went on to receive the Lifetime Achievement award by the fashion industry in 2011 at age almost 80, left the business at the start of 2015 and passed away in late 2019.
Today, the brand’s original designs can be found in museums around the world, with the label’s new creations donned by the likes of Kate Moss, Rita Ora and Sienna Miller.
A nod to its classic heritage, the brand suggests styling its new Festival Boot with “an oversized shirt, midi-dress or jumpsuit for the perfect day look or dress up a little black dress for any festive party soirees at home.”
by Joshua Hendren
The Terry de Havilland Festival Boot is priced at £249 and available here