Longchamp Reveals First Full Footwear Collection

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Photo courtesy of Footwear News

A design from Longchamp's first full footwear collection.

After watching Coco Rocha and company show off some fancy footwork in Longchamp's latest video campaign, should we really be surprised that the label is now expanding its footwear offerings?

This July Longchamp will launch its first full footwear collection since introducing shoes in 2008, Footwear News reports. And by partnering with Galeries Lafayette and Printemps Hausmann, the launch will also mark the first time its footwear has been sold through a retail partner.

Priced from $285 to $735, the range will take inspiration from Longchamp's finely crafted handbags, using the same leathers and echoing its equestrian saddle design. The brand's jumping horse logo will be stamped on each shoe's heel.

"The shoes are totally complementary to the bags and the ready-to-wear as they are part of the Longchamp woman’s silhouette and we want to continue to expand this product category and concept," artistic director Sophie Delafontaine tells FN.

An early peek at the line reveals a brown wedge bootie with croc detailing (above), with boots, oxfords, and lace-ups also in the mix. If that doesn't put a spring in your step, what will?