In late May, Nick Brown opened a summer pop-up shop for his espadrilles (and more) line Soludos (25 Prince St.).
“These slippers ($75) are made of linen and feel very La Dolce Vita — in my opinion, they’d pair nicely with an Aperol spritz.”
“These sandals ($89) are made with one braid of leather. They’re very Brigitte Bardot. Actually, my muse for these might be closer to Zoë Kravitz.”
“These mules ($99) are made with pebbled leather. They’re a shoe in the front, sandal in the back. By which I mean there’s nothing in the back.”
“This cross-body saddlebag ($89) is handmade in Oaxaca with palm. We found the manufacturer last year when we were in Mexico for a shoot.”
“There’s a flat-form trend going on in shoes at the moment; I like that this sandal ($149) has some height. And they’re comfortable: No blisters reported.”
*This article appears in the June 11, 2018, issue of New York Magazine. Subscribe Now!