Following the success of the inaugural launch of the Bata Red Label Collection, Bata has launched the Red Label Collection: Phase 2, featuring fashion-forward designs while retaining its affordability and comfort. In collaboration with Canadian brand Aldo, the Red Label Collection: Phase 2 envisions to fill the gap in the market for accessible yet stylish footwear. Inspired by the style on the streets of New York and London, the new collection boasts three unique selections of pastel colours, formal workwear and partywear for women.
Bata Fashion Weekend 2018
PRETTY IN PASTELS
With a soft and elegant touch, the Pretty in Pastels selection has been created to add a feminine flair to your outfits. Look like a femme fatale in alluring stilettos with Katie ($49.95) or choose a pair that’s lighter on the feet like the block heels with Siena ($49.95) and loafers with Tatyana ($46.95), to add panache to your daily workwear.
From left to right: Katie ($49.95), Siena ($49.95) and Tatyana ($46.95)
Featuring a neutral and monochrome palette, the Formal Finesse selection elevates the sophisticated edge to the contemporary woman. Slip into the Claire ($49.95), clad in wash-white or the Valencia ($49.95) in nude, combining urban chic with comfort for the perfect pair of formal footwear.
From left to right: Claire at $49.95 and Valencia at $49.95
Featuring midnight blue straps and a deep, chocolate brown base, the Edgy Partywear selection can make any outfit party-ready. Choose between two styles of wedges with Melody ($59.95) or block-heels with Annalisa ($59.95) - that will sure to create a bold statement with every step.
From left to right: Melody ($59.95) and Annalisa ($59.95)
The Bata Red Label Collection: Phase 2 is now available in stores. For more information, visit www.facebook.com/BataSingapore/.
Launched in 1894, Bata provides versatile quality footwear and accessories which are accessible for all. Having dressed your feet with elegance and class throughout the years, the family-owned business has been at the forefront of innovation in the design and production of new styles. The Czech brand currently has more than 5,200 stores globally in over 70 countries. In April 2017, Bata announced a modernized global brand direction with its new manifesto “Me & Comfortable With It”, which focuses on empowering people to be beautiful and comfortable, no matter who they are, and what their style is. With this new strategy, the company now caters to the needs of today’s consumers who are sophisticated and increasingly interested in the latest fashion trends.