“Inspired by classic gentleman’s style, Dieppa Restrepo is a sophisticated unisex collection of shoes founded by Colombian duo Andrea Vargas Dieppa and Elisa Restrepo. Blurring the division between the sexes, the collection is refined, androgynous and elegant. The shoe is the quintessential grown up sneaker: beautiful and simple enough for the chic and fashion-minded, yet comfortable and durable enough for their contemporary urban lifestyle. The shoe is a walking dichotomy, both non-intrusive and timeless, yet modern and undeniably present” via Dieppa Restrepo
I recently purchased a pair of Dieppa Restrepo classic loafers in lilac (5th picture, on the right) – let me tell you, these shoes are TO DIE FOR. I’m almost convinced that these and a handful of K. Jacques are the only flat shoes a girl could ever need (NB I said almost, thus that statement cannot be used against me in future flat-shoe fetishes). I am now coveting them in the rose gold (below), patent black, and – oh, pretty much every other colour. See more Dieppa Restrepo on their website (including their collab with Theory), or hop on to My Chameleon or La Garconne to purchase. Not sure you can pull off a loafer? Google Giovanna Battaglia and change your mind.