Sometimes there are collections I see that I don't particularly like but are something different that I feel we are ready for (does that make sense?) This, in my opinion, is more important than making shoes just beautiful, because beauty needs to change in order to remain potent. It's one of the reasons why we have trends. That's how I felt when I saw this footwear by Jil Sander. Shoes have been narrow for a while now and in the last few years soles have become chunkier but not the shape of the shoes themselves. It gives these shoes a certain edge and makes them more forward thinking. They're not exactly beautiful now, but it just feels like it's time.