Fashion to Figure has officially changed the game when it comes to influencer collabs.
Enter the Nadia Aboulhosn x Fashion to Figure (FTF) capsule collection, which dropped today, and features boots, shoes, handbags and hairclips.
This 18-piece collection‘s highlight are the boots.
They’re not only wide calf, with one pair in snake print, a hot trend this season, but they’re also thigh high boots, which are rare to find for women with thick thighs.
The New York-based model, designer, and blogger said in an official statement:
“I’m so excited for this collection with FTF. Thigh-high boots have been a huge staple for me, but it hasn’t always been easy to find ones that are sexy and fit thick legs.
In designing this capsule, it was my mission to create the styles that are seen on the runways but aren’t offered in plus sizes. Fashion to Figure truly cares about redefining what fashion means to our community — and this collection is a void we’re both passionate about filling.”
The thigh high boots also tie up the leg so they’re adjustable!
The collection also includes booties, that perfect fall season staple, as well as shoes with both skinny and block heels. There’s also our personal favorite, the hair clip duo that reads “THAT BITCH”. <insert chuckle here>
Nick Kaplan, president and co-founder of Fashion to Figure said:
“We admire Nadia’s design philosophy and approach to creating footwear and accessories for trendsetters who embrace their unique style. This collection amplifies what FTF has always done best — which is bring fashion-forward style to a category that’s not readily available. This time it’s wide-width boots and tomorrow it will be another category, but as always, we’re staying true to our brand DNA — giving equal importance to fit and fashion.”
The campaign features industry icon Tabria Majors and upcoming plus model Lovisa Lager alongside Nadia at the landmark TWA Hotel. The location gives a modern and edgy feel, which is representative of the collection and aesthetic. With sleek architectural design featuring curved concrete walls and luxurious retro décor, the collection is showcased perfectly.
Boots and shoes are available in wide-width sizes 7W-12W and the price range of the collection is $10.95 – $129.
What do you think of this new collection from FTF? Will you be buying some pieces?