British shoe designer Camilla Elphick has soared to success since graduating from Parsons and Cordwainers. Based in London, Elphick’s ladylike aesthetic was noticed when she showed the Pez shoe in her graduate collection, So Bad It’s Good. Starting her label soon after, Camilla handcrafts every design in Italy, ethically sourcing high-quality materials to make pumps, flats and boots. Previously working under Nicholas Kirkwood, Camilla has a wealth of experience that she channels into her feminine yet playful range. Detailed with bespoke prints like cats, numbers and four-leaf clovers, the brand’s signature silhouette is a curve that sits below the ankle to elongate the leg.