New Pedro Garcia Collection just Arrived at LUCA

New Pedro Garcia Collection just Arrived at LUCA

With the party season upon us, it is the perfect time for girls to update their wardrobes with the latest Pedro Garcia shoe collection. Ladies from all over Cork and beyond can now call into the fabulous shoe boutique, LUCA, and fall in love with a selection of new styles which have just arrived in store.

Stylized silhouettes with round toes and razor thin heels have a sort of “Goth dominatrix vibe”, every one of them, exclusively in black! That distinguishing, unmistakable “je ne se quoi” of Pedro Garcia styles is evident in these new styles, and in the use of their particular finishes and materials.

The finishes on the Pedro Garcia Collection now available in LUCA include frayed satin and Swarovski creations, infinitely striking and brilliant; and a must for any shoe lover. Pedro Garcia is very popular among celebrities, and fans include Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen and Angelina Jolie who have recently been spotted sporting the new collection.

LUCA also stocks a fabulous selection of shoes and boots from L’autre Chose, Beverly Feldman, Jaime Mascaro, Janet & Janet and Albano to name a few; as well as bags and accessories from Pink Lining, Coccinelle and Roshanara. LUCA, located at 30 Princes Street, Cork is open Monday to Saturday 9.30 to 5.30pm. Phone: (021) 4270440.

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