FALKE Kid’s Legwear Spring-Summer 2018
The colourful socks of the Falke Spring-Summer Collection 2018 are inspired by Malibu Beach, roller skates, lemonade, ice cream and sun glasses. The vividly coloured socks in a mixture of soft pastel nuances with summery neon accents show the fun side of the sunny holiday season.
Leggings with contrasting lace frills and striking Lurex as well as ajouré socks with frills are every ballerina’s favourite. The shades of the girls’ socks call to mind sweet soft ice cream and add to the good mood with their all-over pattern of smiling ice cream cones. Striped socks in a merry mix & match version which show a little mouse with lemonade and ice cream on the left foot and a mouse with heart-shaped sun glasses on the right foot promise plenty of fun. An additional highlight in the collection is a roller-skating unicorn on a rainbow.
A skating smiley wears sun glasses and a stylish cap and greets with a laid-back peace sign. Boards in flashy neon colours with contrasting statement cuffs make for an additional eye-catcher besides sneakers. Socks in maritime colours with a surfing van also promise cool action on the beach.
Denim and patches
The denim styles are an ongoing trend and are presented in the hip used look for girls and boys: socks with cool patches or sporty stripes are available for boys, while girls can look forward to pink socks with blue hearts and feminine frills. The trend topic “patches” is also taken up for girls: bright patches in soft pink can be perfectly combined with fresh summer looks.
Under the motto “Sea you soon @ the beach“, the focus for baby socks and tights is on marine animals and the beach. Different mix & match symbols are presented on the right and left foot: starfish and shells, sand castles and fire-red crabs are available in various colour variations. The colour palette ranges from fresh and maritime colours to subtle pastel tones.
Яркие и блестящие колготки — это «группа риска». Они могут как эффектно подчеркнуть ноги женщины, так и абсолютно их уничтожить.— Фотограф Андрей Бородин