DALLAS, Mar 19, 2011/ — Designed to be comfortable and leave a softer footprint on the environment, Naya Shoes debuted its Spring 2011 collection that is made of seven beautiful styles that epitomize the relaxed, natural attitude of the brand:
- Perfecta – Inspired by light shining through leaves on a lush green tree
- Lovely Lacing – Features feminine lacing details to make even the simplest outfits stand out
- Zig Zag – Perfectly combines casual details and a feminine look
- Sugar Magnolia – Inspired by spring flowers in full bloom
- Criss Cross – Features beautiful, hand-burnished leathers that will complement any look
- Soft Draping – Soft, supple leathers make these styles super comfortable, while giving a beautiful lux appeal
- Bamboo – Bamboo-inspired buckles can carry a classic outfit on their own, or spice up even the most ethnic-patterned ensembles
Commenting on the collection, Naya designer Kasey Gibbs said, “The Naya’s Spring 2011 collection provides effortless statement pieces for any wardrobe and captures the season’s hottest fashion trends including desert and military inspired looks.”
The collection features classic silhouettes and pairs them with style touches such as bamboo wedges, floral ornaments, leather cut-outs, buckles, knotted details and earth-toned hues for every shoe-loving fashionista.
Naya shoes are infused with vibrant colors and creative details, and feature wearable heel heights, leather linings and plush cushioning for premium comfort. Naya shoes include a padded comfort system with the arch and foot bed support needed for all-day wear as well as flexible platforms.
The line launched for Earth Day 2010 and has continued to captivate women with its beautiful styling and premium comfort features.
Naya is available in stores and online at Nordstrom and Dillard’s as well as Zappos.com, Piperlime.com, shoes.com and PlanetShoes.com; and in more than 60 independent and specialty stores.
In April, Naya will be available on Amazon.com as well as Endless.com. Naya is also in select stores throughout the world including 20 countries within Asia, Australia and North America, such as: Canada, Germany, Greece, Japan and the United Arab Emirates.