Killing Eve will soon be back on screens – and now boots inspired by the dark series can be on your feet too.
Wellington boot brand Hunter is known for its stylish cuts and bold colours – think go-to cool festival attire – but this collection is murkier to suit the tone and feel of Killing Eve.
The new range will drop soon, landing in early February.
Collaborating with IMG who are behind the award-winning television series Killing Eve, in which an investigator and an assassin form an obsessive bond, the boots are ‘inspired by the spirit of the show and its iconic style moments’.
Fan can shop different styles in a variety of shades and finishes: The Hunting, which is a mid-calf style boot available in black and olive, and The Chasing, which is a knee-high style, available in three colourways.
Hunter says: ‘These strong, utilitarian designs marry style with functionality and have been crafted to embrace the outdoors and exploration of the unknown – reinterpreting the tough, daring and bold themes of the show to create something that could be worn in its cinematic world.’
Hunter boots have been a global style icon for decades, but it’s not just about aesthetics as the collection has been made using waterproof Stetson leather, natural rubber and recycled ballistic nylon with a recycled vegan shearling lining.
As well as looking the part, they’ll endure long wear too.
The shorter Hunting style features a removable ankle strap and pouch, so you can carry small essential items discretely.
Paolo Porta of Hunter Boots said: ‘We are incredibly excited to be collaborating with the cultural phenomenon that is Killing Eve, marrying our utilitarian heritage with the awardwinning television series renowned for its empowered fashion moments.
‘These innovative boots incorporating recycled materials, strongly express the fusion of function and style, for which all Hunter iconic products are known.’
Launching February 7, 2022, the new capsule collection is limited edition.
It will launch on Hunter’s on website first, with releases in Selfridges,
Harvey Nichols, Liberty to follow soon after.
We expect fans of the hit show Killing Eve will be quick to snap these up.
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