Natural colours and square toes
Throughout the peak season, there’s one particular shape that takes centre stage: square. From loafer heels and sandals to slip-ons and open-toed styles, all sport a square toe. These new shoe silhouettes blend contemporary fashion with feminine 70s charm. Several styles feature distinctive flared block heels, which not only beautifully complement their geometric shape but are sure to catch the eye. All square-toed designs are available in muted natural tones like milk, nougat and sage, as well as trendysnakeskin print.
Plain and plaited
True to their ‘Be Natural’ motto, the designs from the plain & plaited range are elegant yet understated. The colour palette ranges from delicate sage green and warm natural hues like nougat, milk and nude through to classic black. Ballerinas, heels, slingbacks, slip-ons and ankle boots all reflect a desire to go back to basics with their clean lines. Comfort and restraint are the new feminine.
In selecting exquisite materials such as suede, soft leather, wet-look patent and plaited leather, designers have given these simple all-rounders a touch of individuality and fashion appeal.
Högl logo and transparency
Thanks to their fine mesh panels, the loafers and heels from Högl’s new Spring/Summer 2020 collection securely cradle the foot. The transparent material incorporates Högl’s exclusive logo pattern, which was introduced during the Autumn/Winter season with great success. Combined with elegant crocodile-embossed leather, these classic loafers, slingbacks, and strappy heels deliver a feminine fashion statement with a twist. The soft material reveals a shimmery hint of the wearer and skin whilst ensuring a comfortable fit.
Högl shoe fashion GmbH
Having grown from a traditional Austrian family business, Högl is one of Europe's leading producers of high-quality shoes, with over 80 years of experience in shoe craftsmanship, and is part of the LORENZ Shoe Group along with footwear brands GANTER and HASSIA. With 1,200 employees working at the company’s headquarters in Taufkirchen an der Pram and at its own production sites, the LORENZ Shoe Group produces 1.5 million shoes a year and has an annual turnover of €90 million.