Architecture and fashion are becoming increasingly entwined helped along the way by the recent Skin and Bones exhibition highlighting the similarities between the two disciplines. Now Iraqi architect Zaha Hadid has cemented the relationship by creating a capsule collection for eco-shoe company Melissa.
The shoe (pictured) will be available in eight different colours from Dover Street Market after London Fashion Week when the shoe will gets its own launch party. Hadid spoke to Vogue explaining,
"I have 30 years of research on different areas of architecture and design and this was a very challenging project, not only in design, but on the technical side. And there was great synergy; I worked very closely with melissa to transform my design into reality."
Vivienne Westwood, Judy Blame and Alexandre Herchcovitch have previously collaborated with the brand.
See after the jump for a video of the making of a shoe installation read more