Friday, March 17, 2023

Breaking Fashion News!!! The Brandon Blackwood shoe collection drops today. Blackwood has been teasing his debut shoe collection since last November. And after a few delays — the drop was initially scheduled for February — the handmade designs are also set to hit the label's e-commerce site.

"In true She by Sheree fashion, I have postponed my initial end-of-February drop because I'm extremely indecisive (a true Libra)... This is a new category for us and I want it perfect," shared Blackwood on Instagram.

Page 2 kicks it #BBStyle.


Styling: Robbie Spencer

Set Design: Andrew Lim Clarkson

Photos: Zhong Lin &

The Joint Heel is a strappy leather sandal with a custom 3 1/2-inch 'joint' encased heel.
Step out in the Harlo mules in black...
...or fuchsia.
The platform Sali Pump in Sky Blue Satin boasts a signature B logo, 3 1/2-inch platform and 5 3/4-inch heel.
NYC-based, Jamaican-born designer Brandon Blackwood.
As furry slides continue to gain popularity, there's no better treat for your feet, we reckon, than the Mink Slides in Bodega Green. (
The sky-high Harlo mules pair perfectly with the Bamboo B Micro Tote. (
Arguably one of the most talked-about designs of the new drop, the Taxi Heel has been pinned on fashionista mood boards since its November 2022 sneak peek.

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