Jeremy MoellerGetty Images
Winter is upon us and Birkenstocks are evolving: from the Arizona model with two straps, ideal for the summer, here comes the Boston model slippers with fur, one of the favorite accessories of celebrities. This year we’re not just talking about jeweled moccasins, biker boots and refined ballet flats to wear during the colder months, even suede slippers with lamb fur have conquered the wardrobe of accessories for the season with the coldest temperatures. Cozy, very soft, Birkenstocks with fur adapt to everything; spotted on the feet of trendsetters such as Kendall Jenner, Sienna Miller, Emily Ratajkowski and Kristen Stewart, they evolve and decline on jeans and cardigans, cargo pants and jackets, oversized sweaters and elegant trousers.
It seems that Birkenstock slippers stand the test of time. For some seasons now, both closed and open slippers have convinced the most famous stars with their rounded design, cork sole and strap closure. Fur slippers of German origin are now considered a neutral shoe, both in terms of gender and for the range of color nuances, with a versatile and utilitarian spirit.
Not only celebrities but also the great fashion houses have been fascinated by Birkenstocks, so much so that they have created intriguing collaborations. Among these, there is the line of sandals with an entirely new style produced together with Proenza Schouler, the one launched with Dior which gave life to a series of comfortable, sophisticated and minimalist sandals and finally the collection of Arizona slippers embellished with jewel details influenced by the touch by Malono Blahnik.
The world of fashion seems to have accepted and even appreciated Birkenstocks as a shoe cool to wear all year round. Favorites of Harper’s Bazaar they are undoubtedly the Boston in the camel shade with light fur, a piece with a captivating design that protects, pampers and keeps your feet warm.