United Nude started with a broken heart. That of a man who would later become the brand's founder: Rem Koolhaas. In trying to win back that girl he was in love with, Rem did everything he could to get her attention by trying to get back in her good graces by transposing the notion of romanticism at the height of his crazy desire....craziness that took the form.....of a shoe! At the same time, he met Galahad, the heir to a dynasty well known among shoe manufacturers: that of Clarks. Seduced by Rem's creativity, they came together to create a brand: United Nude. The model Mobius was launched in 2003: a unique shoe that was unlike anything else out there with architectural, artistic, and even industrial influences. Each design has a unique concept that could almost be described as avant-garde. Since that date, United nude has become a legendary brand at the frontier between design and fashion.
United Nude, is a brand that makes daring creations inspired by architectural art. The result is unique shoes that aren't lacking in character. Sculpted heels and atypical shapes make each United Nude creation stand out.
United Nude, sandals, sneakers, ankle boots
As a popular brand, United Nude aren't afraid to explore new styles: trainers, ankle boots, boots, sandals...the brand revisits these models to give them something that makes them uniquely United Nude.
United Nude shoes for men and women
Since its creation the brand has fabricated shoes for women and men. Very much inspired by architecture that goes beyond the shoe, the brand wasn't afraid to even design a concept car, , "Lo Res Car" at the end of 2015, for which they won an aware. The car has the same atypical lines as the shoes of the same brand. It's hard to find a brand like United Nude, but you may also like some of the daring pieces by Vivienne Westwood or Michel Perry.
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