Celebs ♥ EMU
EMU sheepskin boots are loved by celebrities such as Kate Hudson, Shenae Grimes and Anna Lynne McCord, who have already been photographed wearing key footwear styles from the collection. Style icons Louise Roe and Sienna Miller also continue to favour EMU’s footwear designs being snapped by photographer’s season after season in EMU styles.
EMU - Winter 2012, Hobart
The new Winter 12 collection delivers a gorgeous story of natural earthy tones with a large number of classic sheepskin styles available in an array of colours including on trend mushroom and original vintage sand.
With celebrities such as Brad Pitt and Leonardo Dicaprio showing adoration for sheepskin boots, it looks as if EMU’s sheepskin designs will prove to be very popular amongst Kiwi males this winter also. The Men’s Winter 12 footwear collection offers a number of updated sheepskin and edgy leather styles with the Ballina Boot and Cobblestone key highlights.
Top Left to right: Eva Longoria, Sienna Miller, Kate Hudson, Ashley Greene
Centre: EMU Stinger Mini in black
EMU’s kids footwear collection also features a variety of colourful design updates with applique detailing featured throughout. Key styles include the Wallaby Lo and the Little Creatures boot, which is a favourite with celebrity Mums, Gwen Stefani and Katie Holmes.
Since Alexa Chung was first photographed wearing an EMU Australia sheepskin jacket, the world has kept a close eye on EMU’s apparel collections and for Winter 12 EMU has delivered a collection of enviable variety.
The apparel collection focuses on soft feminine shapes and flattering fits that accentuate the long lines of the body with sheepskin knee length coats, asymmetric hip length jackets and belted wrap vests, as well as gorgeous Merino wool cardigans and scoops featured throughout.
The Mt Beauty Jacket and Mt Feathertop Jackets have been favoured by stylists around the world as well as the St Helen’s Vest, a fully reversible Nappa sheepskin style available in mushroom and black.
Images courtesy of EMU Australia