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Clarks goes high-fashion


It might be snowing outside, but Clarks is looking forward to a stylish summer with a new collection featuring the iconic prints of Eley Kishimoto.

The shoemakers' collaboration with the British/Japanese fashion house has produced a range of courts, wedges and desert boots in three distinctive prints.

The capsule collection, which starts from £69.99, will go on sale in stores in March and before then customers can register their interest via a "Notify Me" section on Clarks' website.

The desert boots are the most expensive item at £89.99, but considering the near-identical black "Flash" high tops on Eley Kishimoto's website come in at £168, that could be a bargain.

What do you think of Clarks' collaboration with Eley Kishimoto? Tell us below or on Twitter.

Words: Anna Pollitt. Images: Clarks



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