adidas training shoes Kahmune has launched a range of nude shoes for every skin tone
If mainstream western fashion is to be believed, tanis the universal skin tone.
From warm honey to standard camel, those of us who are actually beigecan just about get away with calling these shades For the vast majority of women however, clothing is about as far away from their skin coloursas green or blue.
It just doesn make sense that in Europe and the states,
where the majority are pale skinned and there a booming black and Asian buying force, that labels are prescribingsuch a niche, racially homogeneouscolour as the standard.
But somebrands are slowly catching on to the fact that we need more diversity in our colour wheels.
Last year, Christian Louboutin launched a range of flat shoes in seven shades,
and Goddamn it,they were beautiful.
But not everyone can forgo their monthly rent to stock up on Louboutins as much as they might liketo.
If you don have a cheeky 500 laying around, however, fear not. Because British label Kahmune has just launched a range of high heels in 10 nude shades and they perfect.
time all women have products that celebrate the diversity of the human complexion. It was in that moment that Kuhmanewas visualised as the immediate solution to the age old fallacy that refers to a specific colour,
they say on their website.
Each shade is named after an area the darkest being Juba: Melanine Supreme of South Sudan and the palest ending with Edinburgh: Natural Porcelain of Scotland colours have been matched using MAC foundation colours so all you have to do is match your foundation to your shoes.