Church’s x Miu Miu Spring 2024: Shoes in the Garden

Joanna Elizabeth

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Published February 10, 2024

Church's x Miu Miu Spring 2024 Shoe Campaign
Miu Miu pairs with Church’s for an exquisite spring 2024 shoe campaign, showcasing laid-back luxury. Photo: Lengua

The fashion landscape is set to welcome a fusion of heritage and contemporary style with the launch of the Church’s x Miu Miu spring-summer 2024 shoe collection. Building on the momentum of their inaugural collaboration for the fall-winter 2023 season, this partnership revisits the iconic Shanghai style, first introduced in 1929.

Church’s x Miu Miu Spring 2024 Campaign

Church's collaboration with Miu Miu brings a retro flair to the spring 2024 lineup, where classic meets contemporary.
Church’s collaboration with Miu Miu brings a retro flair to the spring 2024 lineup, where classic meets contemporary. Photo: Lengua

The campaign, captured by photographer Lengua, unfolds within the serene expanse of a lush country garden. Here, models Matilda Liedholm and Judith Shyambala strike a balance between preppy chic and relaxed elegance, perched on striped chairs that echo the collection’s refined aesthetic.

The spring 2024 Church's x Miu Miu campaign elegantly fuses scholarly charm with a touch of modernity.
The spring 2024 Church’s x Miu Miu campaign elegantly fuses scholarly charm with a touch of modernity. Photo: Lengua

This season’s collection stands out for its thoughtful reinterpretation of the dress shoe, a silhouette that seamlessly marries traditional craftsmanship with a fresh, modern sensibility. The shoes feature a natural color palette, rounded toes, and distinctive buckle details, offering a nod to the past while firmly planted in the present.

Relaxed elegance takes center stage in the Church's x Miu Miu spring 2024 campaign, where craftsmanship meets comfort.
Relaxed elegance takes center stage in the Church’s x Miu Miu spring 2024 campaign, where craftsmanship meets comfort. Photo: Lengua

Complementing the footwear, the models’ attire of polo shirts, midi-length skirts, and work jackets, all styled by Lotta Volkova. It underscores the collection’s versatile appeal, suitable for both casual and more formal settings.

The Church's X Miu Miu Shanghai features unexpected details with a mix of brogue and loafer accents.
The Church’s X Miu Miu Shanghai features unexpected details with a mix of brogue and loafer accents. Photo: Lengua

Behind the scenes, the creative direction of Edward Quarmby brings a cohesive narrative to the campaign. The Church’s x Miu Miu collaboration not only continues the legacy of both brands but also continues on the heels of the spring ready-to-wear campaign.


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