Think about something that reminds you of summer and gives you good vibes. There is nothing more refreshing and fun than a Mahou and Victoria, a unique combination!; the canvas plimsolls that more summers remember and the beer the most has refreshed us.
And as you are also unique, we have created this contest for you! Win a #MahouByVictoria Victoria Premium pair of plimsolls customized by the artist by the artist Rebeca Khlamlichi.
They look nice, don’t they? Do not miss out on yours, we draw 10 pairs! It is very easy to participate.
The beginning of the season is an adventure for everyone, including the youngest in the family who want to know the novelties of each collection in order to create their own looks. The idea of renewing their closet has become a great challenge for Victoria that tries to surprise them every season.
The coolest range of Victoria Shoes kids collection, comes from the collaboration with the Dutch illustrator Jessica Nielsen who creates patterns for home textiles, kids clothing and accessories. Her goal is to translate figures that come from nature into decorative designs.
Her designs defined as “simple” and “powerful”, with the absence of unnecessary shapes, create patterns full of emotions. In the same way, colours have an important function: “each creation has its colour and really depends on what I want to express”.
The result of this union, is a collection full of good vibrations, color and joy; features that define the style of Victoria Shoes.
Victoria Shoes is present one more season, on Madrid’s and Barcelona’s catwalks thanks to three young designers collaboration.
Leandro Cano reappeared in Mercedes Fashion Week two years after with Victoria Shoes; a firm with more than 100 years of experience in the footwear industry and with a strong commitment to design and fashion sector.
The 33 years old young designer, who won the sixth VOGUE’s Who’s On Next edition, bet on the colorful ballet pumps as the perfect complement to a risky staging with a strong inspiration in religion and bullfighting culture.
Esther Ferrando launched her AW18 collection inspired by the Viking aesthetic and Celt’s symbolism. In order to complete her masculine proposals, she chose the new baskets with a more stylized last.
Óscar León showed his collection named I will do it, whatever you think at Barcelona’s 080 catwalk. The designer once again entrusts one more year Victoria Shoes with the footwear of his exhibition, choosing this time the most wintry models of our collection.
With a ribbon-cutting ceremony and many balloons, that’s the way we opened the first Victoria store!
On February 28 we lived a very special moment in the first Victoria store opening in Salamanca. This city, characterized by a young population with a good taste in fashion, is the ideal place to lay the foundations for Victoria’s expansion project.
For more than three hours we did not stop receiving visits from friends, customers and Victoria fans who enjoyed music, dances and good vibes that set the rhythm of the day.
This opening party symbolized the starting point for the new Victoria store, a place with Mediterranean and summer references, which have the essence of the brand in every corner.
For the first time, the fans of the brand will find the whole Victoria and Bamba collection. Great news as they will be able to choose among the 364 different models; a great challenge to choose your favorite!
At this point, you are aware that in Victoria Shoes we are committed to culture. That’s why we would like our store to become a point of interest for young people. A place where the most enthusiasts of the brand can pay tribute to creativity and love for art, design, and music thanks to the organization of activities. Stay tunned to our programme!
Do you want to know how the opening event was? Here it is a summary!
Victoria launches its new SS’18 campaign inspired by the psychotropical trend. A cheerful collection full of bright colors like lilac, green, pink and yellow.
Within the most extensive collection of Victoria with 364 different models for boys, girls and kids, the new XXL platforms for girls stand out, with more than 5 cm height.
In addition, the new more stylized basket’s shape is covered with fantasy details such as stars, hearts, glitters, metallic effects and tropical prints.
Guy’strends are based on a much more urban image. Versatile textures such as engraved suede, nylon and geometric fabrics offer an elegant touch to the most classic sneakers.
Proposals for youngsters surprise by their new and funny prints on the classic Victoria plimsolls. Stars, ladybirds or camouflage fabrics along with designs by Kukuxumusu or Jessica Nielsen are the protagonists of the season. As a novelty for the most daring ones, nylon and fine glitter fabrics on shoes are top trendy.
If you liked the SS’18 campaign’s making of, discover the whole collection!:
In VictoriaShoes, we have launched our new website providing an improved digital experience for its users.
Tradition, design and innovation are the basic insights upon which we develop our daily work. That is why we have developed a website that meets the expectations of the 4,447,555 users who have visited our site the previous year.
Our Made in Spain brand is committed to a mobile friendly design adapted to all kind of devices. There is no excuse to have a look at Victoria’s catalog with products for men, women and kids no matter when or where.
The updated website presents a clearer design and a more intuitive navigation. Users will be able to select model/size/color in just a few clicks being aware of the available stock in real time. In addition, they will be able to add comments about their shopping experience.
Victoria is in fashion and is standing strong in the national and international catwalks by the hand of designers such as Ion Fiz and Rira Sugawara, who chose the brand as a partner to launch their Spring-Summer ’18 collection.
The designer from Bilbao, who Victoria has already cooperate with in several occasions, showed one of his most special collections as his fifteenth anniversary. A collection inspired by the arabian culture in which earth tones, tribal and tropical fabrics in slips on, canvas plimsolls with toes, platforms and sandals with buckles are the protagonists.
Rira Sugawara, commonly known as Dans La Vie, showed her collection at London Fashion Week full of prints and tulles with red and green colours as protagonists. In this occasion, the designer chose one of the legendary Victoria sneakers in white colour which completed her urban, casual and modern proposals.