HFM's Tuesday Shoesday! L.K.Bennett x Jenny Packham

Bridal shoe envy...

by Laura Sutcliffe /

Brides-to-be will be walking down the aisle in serious style thanks to a new collaboration between Jenny Packham and L.K.Bennett. The two brands have teamed up to release a new range of bridal accessories, inspired by the leading ladies of the vintage cinema - think Vivien Leigh and Bette Davis - which epitomises old-school Hollywood glamour at its finest. The 16-piece collection caters to every kind of bride, from the fashion-foward to the vintage princess, with art deco jewels, satin court shoes, delicate jewels and pearls.

Jenny Packham and L.K.Bennett have collaborated to bring a stunning collection of bridal shoes

Speaking about the exciting new partnership, Jenny explained: "There is a strong synergy between the L.K.Bennett woman and the Jenny Packham Bride so it seemed natural and very exciting for me to collaborate with their design team. A project of passion, the combination of the Jenny Packham aesthetic with the renowned design heritage and quality of L.K.Bennett has resulted in a beautiful collection of shoes and bags of which I am very proud."

The Felicity shoes have us all starry-eyed

It's hard to pick a favourite from the line, which starts at £195. The Dahlia heels, £495, are made with nappa leather and embedded with an abundance of crystals. The Felicity shoe, meanwhile, features on-trend star detailing, and is made from fine leather and sparkle lurex. If you aren't feeling sky-high heels, the range also features stunning flat shoes for extra comfort and flair. And to complete the perfect bridal look, the collection includes matching clutch bags in a variety of luxurious fabrics for all those wedding day essentials. The range is available from 7 February, and we predict a sell-out!

The 16-piece collection is available from 7 February

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