It's the French collaboration that Parisiennes are already obsessed with this fall. Zespà has given free rein to the women's ready-to-wear label Sessùn, to reinterpret its two star models: the ZSP4, a sleek sneaker and the ZSP7 a shoe with normcore accents.
Sessùn, the women's ready-to-wear label created in 1996, following a trip to Guatemala where the founder and creative director of the brand, Emma François, fell in love with South American craftsmanship. Zespà, a shoe brand launched in 2009, prides itself in cultivating the "made in France" ethos. What do the two labels have in common? They are both from the South of France and they are drawn to beautiful materials and state-of-the-art craftsmanship while remaining environmentally responsible.
The shoes can be found in a selection of Sessùn stores and on the sessun.com and zespa.fr e-shops.