The Latest Collaboration By Freya Rose

We have just heard Freya Rose has some exciting news! Freya has now shown her latest collaboration with Debbie Carlisle Bouquets.

Together they have created a beautiful pair of 1920’s style ‘Great Gatsby’ inspired T-Bar shoes, called ‘Audrey’. Capturing the classic and elegant designs from Freya Rose and the intrinsic sparkling detail from Debbie Carlisle Bouquets, ‘Audrey’ was born.

Available in Ivory and Black duchess Silk, and Gold Metallic Leather, this shoe offers a blend of impeccable style, sophistication and comfort.

Designer Vintage wedding shoes
Audrey Ivory £375.00
Designer Wedding Shoes
Audrey Gold £375.00
Luxury Wedding Shoes
Audrey Black £375.00

Debbie Carlisle is best known for her luxury vintage jewellery bouquets however it is her vintage-inspired headpieces and cuffs which are fast becoming a favourite with brides. The ‘Georgina’ cuff is a stunning and dramatic cuff packed with diamante and bugle beads. It’s intrinsic design is dramatic yet subtle and adds a touch of rock star glamour to any bridal look.

Vintage Wedding Accessories
Florence headpiece £160 worn with Georgina cuff£ 120 Debbie Carlisle Bouquets

(Georgina Cuff £120 / Florence Headband £160- Photography by India Hobson)

Debbie quotes, “I met Freya at the Designer Wedding Show where we were both exhibiting and Freya fell in love with my Georgina cuff – which sparked our collaboration and resulted in the beautiful Audrey shoes! I was already a fan of Freya’s designs when we met and am so happy that my brides can team their wedding day accessories with such a gorgeous pair of shoes to complete their wedding day look.”

Freya Quotes ” ‘Audrey’ has become a popular choice for brides as it compliments most bridal styles due to its contemporary, vintage, fashion forward design. Inspired after the iconic Audrey Hepburn, this T-Bar is a practical and chic alternative for someone requiring shoe straps, and in gold and black is an exquisite evening shoe. We are delighted with our collaboration with Debbie, when you bring designers together you get a burst of something really special.”