Gray Matters’ Pre-Spring ‘22 collection opens with an image
symbolic of freedom, in support of pride month and
celebration of New York’s post-pandemic rebirth in June
The collection introduces new styles and extends popular ones with the brand’s typical attention to details, and ability to translate low heights into fashionable, in-demand items.
Made in Italy at Gray Matters’ boutique factory near Venice, the collection features new silhouettes in glove-like nappa leather and suede.
The color palette, inspired by the colorful houses of the Burano Island in the Venetian lagoon, adds a lighthearted note to the season with pastel tones of pistachio, nut and ocean.
Several new stories are proposed, across multiple styles:
While the Nodo features a statement soft knotted detail, the Nervi focuses on handcrafted stitches coming to life as design elements.
The popular Emma line is back with the very first Gray Matters fussbett, the moulded insole synonym of comfort.
Peggy, with the smiley stitch and the distinctive half sole, comes in a transitional loafer.
Clara, the 2021 best seller, is presented in muted and color-blocked hues.
Every style plays with versatility and elegance, which are strengths of Gray Matters since 2016.
Photography: Roger Dong
Production Assistant: Michael Kyriakides
Make Up Artist: Nana Hiramatsu
Hair Stylist: Izumi Sato
Model: Kay Galarza