The graduate Silvia Fadó is a shoe designer from Barcelona who designs the shoes of the future, incorporating hydraulic heel to absorb impact.
Fadó graduated in fashion at ESDi and after several years of professional experience in knitwear, moved to London to devote himself to his passion, footwear. She attended a master specialist at the London College of Fashion and there she developed her first collection of shoes: Kinetic Traces with a strong influence of architecture and order the shoes would not only visually appealing, but also functional and comfortable.
This is why working with hydraulic heels, which are developed using different methods such as mechanical springs, rubber bullets and pneumatic, hydraulic and metal rings that are intended to absorb the impact generated during the process of human movement.
For the season SS16 Silvia Fadó has created two lines, a high luxury, under the name K4U, where their designs are suitable for daily use, incorporating Italian leather and hardwoods, as well as acrylics, stainless steel and aluminum for mechanics. This collection could be seen during the month of October in the gallery Tranoï Paris. And on the second line 3Φ Monochrome heels all created with 3D printing and carbon fiber.
Now, from 8 to 18 December, has been invited to participate in She, a showroom organized by Icon’s Voice at the Ascott Hotel Paris. And, as of December 19 Silvia Fado will be at The Genesis, the exhibition of futuristic couture shoes designed by Kenzo, Christian Louboutin, Silvia Fado, Zaha Hadid and other world famous designers to be held in Russian cities of St. Petersburg and Moscow.
You can see the new collection of the designer’s website.