Happy Combinations

Sometimes two heads are better than one. When shoe designers collaborate with other creatives the results are usually fantastic, delivering one of a kind styles. By working together to create something new, the monotony of the industry is broken.

Here are some of the best and most interesting combinations of designers, brands, artists, and creatives that have together produced unique, covetable styles.

Manolo Blahnik x Opening Ceremony (featuring René Magritte)

Opening Ceremony has become the leader when it comes to collaborations, always finding new and different ways to catch our eye. This time they have surrealist Manolo pumps inspired by Magritte’s artwork. Magritte’s universe is translated into magical mesmerizing prints that exude elegance and originality at once. Personally, a shoe with ceci n’est pas une pipe on it would be amazing.


Kenzo x Vans

This collaboration has been going on for a couple of years, but it never gets boring. Vans being such plain canvas sneakers allow for great prints and colors to be places on them. They are a great alternative to the plain can vas sneaker.



Mary Katrantzou x Gianvito Rossi

This collaboration was about combining Rossi’s know-how with Katrantzou’s print genius and color intuition. And the results are a dreamy, feminine, and simply beautiful.



Raf Simons x Adidas

It’s hard not to become a sneaker-head nowadays when such amazing collaborations are happening. Uber-cool and ultra-modern sneakers were the result of this collaboration. WANT.


These are the four Happy Feet Blog favorite collaborations. Keep visiting us for more shoeloving!


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