04/12/2015
Another world.

Words by

TABATHA TURNER

Since its debut five years ago, Beau Coops has continued to reflect the seamless coming together of ideas and style. And next year will see the label drop what is arguably their best line yet, in a collaboration with Romance Was Born.

Forming part of RWB's Mysteria Wisteria collection, the collaboration sees the emergence of the Mysteria boot. Beau Coops’ ’60s space-mod style act as a canvas to the collaborative fabric works of Romance Was Born and New Zealand-born artist Jess Johnson. Johnson has a flair for layered patterns, objects, figures and architectural settings. 

In dusty purple tones hit with spikes of desert oranges and pops of gold, the boots harness themes of physical portals and speculative worlds.

Available to pre-order now.

beaucoops.com

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