Danielle Bernstein Launches a Shoe Line, The Archive

by Sydney Sadick

Danielle Bernstein is expanding upon her fashion lines just weeks after launching Second Skin Overalls. Introducing…The Archive, the WeWoreWhat blogger’s first foray into shoe design, in partnership with Jordan Adoni, the designer and founder behind NYC-based manufacturer and brand Modern Vice. While she isn’t the the only blogger who’s amping up our shoe game—Man Repeller’s Leandra Medine just launched a range of soles for Net-A-Porter last month and Chiara Ferragni’s collection has been scoring major points since debuting in 2015—Bernstein’s line of shoes focuses on one category: boots. The five luxe pairs range from $350 to $500 and are offered in an assortment of classic styles including a bootie, Chelsea boot, lace-up boot, glove boot, and over-the-knee boot. All materials are sourced from Italy and are available in a slew of fabrics, like black leather, camel suede, Italian velvet, and embossed skin.


“Each style is named after a different street in downtown NYC [i.e. Bleecker, Mercer, Borrow and Laight] as a tribute to the city that has shaped me, and continues to inspire me every day,” Bernstein said in a press release. “New York is one of the most vibrant cities in the world, and this line was created to be a staple for the girl who is constantly on the move.”

The collection is currently available exclusively on Shopbop. Happy shopping!

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