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Jeffrey Campbell Revisits the Sixties for Spring

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Hot LA-based footwear label Jeffrey Campbell is known for rolling out It-shoes that spread like wild fire (Litas, anyone?), so we're not surprised that their latest collection reveals more of the same trendy charm. To tell the 1960's-inspired story behind their new retro futuristic styles, they linked their JC girl with a model from their men's shoe line, The Damned, to pose as a couple of music-happy, well-dressed kids in love.

In true Jeffrey Campbell fashion, the brand's spring range is filled with sky-high offers, like the Cleata and Eva-B, as well as modern renditions of nostalgic styles, like the Hopie and—our personal favorite—the Lindy. Flip through the gallery to see some lookbook shots and footwear close-ups.
· Jeffrey Campbell [Official Site]
· Amazing: These Jeffrey Campbell Booties Have Cats on Them [Racked]