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We’re obsessing over these new genderless loafers

We’re obsessing over these new genderless loafers

Unveiled during Simone Bellotti’s debut collection for Bally

In May 2023, it was announced that Simone Bellotti would be assuming the helm of the label after designer Rhuigi Villasenor stepped down following his two-season tenure. Simone showcased his inaugural collection in September, focusing on the concept of duality by blending masculine and feminine elements in both apparel and footwear.

This summer, our attention is captivated by the loafer prominently featured in the presentation, called Plume. Drawing inspiration from the house archives, these shoes boast a genderless silhouette.

As part of the designer’s vision for the brand, he reinterprets timeless, classic pieces in novel ways, imbuing them with a sense of lightness and modernity. With Plume, the creative director taps into Bally’s centuries-old expertise and innovation in shoemaking, crafting a day-to-night essential suitable for both men and women that can be styled for various occasions.

Utilizing Goodyear reverse construction, the shoe employs a technique where the upper is stitched inside-out directly to the sole, later reversed in the manufacturing process. The footwear is adorned with golden eyelets and leather laces, subtly branded with the distinctive Bally logo.

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Bally is available at Rustan’s Makati, Shangri-La Plaza, City of Dreams, Power Plant Mall, and Newport Mall.

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