SELECT by Creative Recreation Spring 2010 Collection

SELECT by Creative Recreation Spring 2010 Collection

Friday, August 7, 2009 by Wendy Lam


I know a lot of you guys are fans of Creative Recreation sneakers, now that they’ve mastered the women’s sneaker category, the brand is taking the next savvy, and logical, step with their new SELECT women’s category for Spring 2010. I was so excited to see the new footwear direction they were taking and couldn’t wait to show you guys. SELECT by Creative Recreation consists of six flat styles and two wedges available in an array of colorways, and retail for $100 to $225. Look out for these when they release in January 2010, seems like a long way but it’s actually not that far away! My favorites are the Bellavia, Cellini and Lacava, which is yours? I can’t wait till they release!

Bellavia (pictured): Perhaps the chicest style in the line, this features a sexy back zipper, slouchy double ankle strap, two-toned color-way and simple, comfortable heel.

More pics after the jump…

Cellini: A sexy twist on the traditional lace-up wedge, featuring fine leathers, a pretty satin ribbon detail, and of course, Creative Recreation’s signature comfort.

Lacava: The most avant-garde style of the collection, this bootie features overlapping patterns, Velcro closure, heels zipper and a chic upper.

Viana: The most “sneaker-esque” in the line, this casual, yet sleek style breaks the mold with hidden lace detail, rubber sole, and bold patterns.

Mara: Creative Recreation invents the new oxford with their signature strap, bold patterns and wrinkled toe detail.

Dirosa: The latest take on the gladiator sandal, with inventive leather and strap placement and a luxurious look.

Biase: This Huarache inspired flat, in suede and soft leathers, features a contemporary shape, unique braid detail and great elastic versatility.

Mesi: Creative Recreation’s twist on the classic flat, with sophisticated asymmetric patterns, an ‘open-yet-closed’ design, and fabulous two-toned color way.


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