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KENZOTOPIA: Streets in full bloom


Coliac, founded in 2009 by Martina Grasselli, takes its eponym from the surname of her grandmother - the last descendant of a noble family with French origins, and a passionate lover of beauty and adornments. With a background in fashion and expertise in designing accessories for renowned fashion houses like Stella McCartney, Chanel, Christian Louboutin and Jean Paul Gaultier, among others, the Italian-born designer applies to her footwear designs the same principles as to jewelry. Inspired by artistic movements like Art Deco, Russian constructivism and Baroque, she creates unique collections, focused on the fusion between contrasting elements and the experimental use of new techniques and finishes. The result? Luxurious shoes with the quality of a Made in Italy product, bejeweled with pearls and crystals, studs or metallic rings, mimicking piercings. Martina defines Coliac’s show-stopping aesthetics with a hint of irony and surrealism as “New Deco”.

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