Paul Weller's daughter, Leah has released a new collection of 1960's-inspired shoes inline with label Pretty Loafers.
Leah Weller has released a collection of 1960s-inspired Pretty Loafers.
The British model - who is the daughter of mod rocker Paul Weller - has teamed up with the trendy shoe label to create unique designs, which incorporate both modern and vintage styles.
The brunette beauty recently took to Twitter to reveal how ''happy'' she is to be releasing her very own range of shoes for the brand.
She tweeted: ''Happy my shoes coming soon ... @prettyloafers @prettyballerinasworld #shoes thanks @lookmagazine (sic)''
The extensive line has everything from high fronted ballerina slipper's with a pointed toe, Zebra printed suede pumps and black suede with the Pretty Loafer logo embellished in gold.
Other designs include, make-up pink patent lace ups with fuchsia-coloured rubber soles and red patent and tartan.
Each come are themed with women's names including Ella, Josephine, Charlize and Faye.
The footwear is priced individually from around £139 to £269.
The 22-year-old designer has previously worked with her famous father - who fronted The Jam - on a previous fashion campaign for British label Daks.
Leah's range is available now through www.prettyloafers.co.uk
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