News__ Grandpa Knows Best

June 18, 2010 | By

The first Pedro García, Grandpa García, founded the Pedro García Company in 1925. Since then the various family members have continued to make their Grandfather proud by defining themselves as Zapateros (shoemakers) in a traditional sense, but with an avant-garde twist. And, oh, the shoes they make.

S/S '10 is riddled with pairs we want. Revolving around four basic colors--black, brown, beige and white--Pedro García has labeled them as black, meringue, taffy and spice, the collection is simple, yet elegant and totally wearable. The shoes will pair well with a variety of outfits, and will last you over the coming years--even though we know you'll want to wear them, like, now.

See our favorites from the Pedro García S/S '10 collection below.

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