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WAYS TO WEAR: THE JADON 

STYLIST ALIZÉ DEMANGE TAKES ON OUR ICONIC PLATFORM BOOT

The boot that broke the mold. Our Jadon platform boot has been causing a scene since the 90s. We catch up with London-based stylist Alizé Demange who talks us through how she’d style our smash-hit silhouette. 

LOOK ONE


"I was thinking seasonal with this look. Neutral, earthy tones — greens and browns. And ways to wear that can get us through the unpredictable weather in the UK.” 

LOOK TWO


“Isabella was quite 90s inspired for this look. Check and tartan are coming back — which are synonymous with Dr. Martens both past and present.”

“ONE PAIR OF BOOTS CAN GIVE YOU SO MANY OPTIONS.” 




LOOK THREE


“A check bomber and trouser is a classic style, don’t be afraid of it. I drew inspiration from Dr. Martens being a heritage brand, its rich history and its subcultural identity.”

LOOK FOUR


“I love the Jadon boot as it gives you real height. An extra platform feels more daring, meaning you’re able to play around with it more.” 

“IT’S A CLASSIC STYLE. DON’T BE AFRAID OF IT.”

LOOK FIVE 

“Double denim is a simple, timeless style that can be worn by anyone. I put Tyrus in a double denim look with a burgundy vest - giving a vintage yet future-facing aesthetic.” 

ABOUT ALIZÉ



Alizé Demange is an industry established, London-born fashion stylist. One of the city’s most in-demand fashion creatives, alongside her rota of music, television and fashion – she’s paving the way for young creatives in her city through workshops and panels. 



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