In a series of 10 images shot by Roberto Aguilar, the five boot styles from the limited edition capsule collection have been revealed.
First up is Starlit, the boot Hilton was gifted, a traditional shapeless boot rendered in soft lambskin and covered in silver and brass stars and topped off with suede fringe.
Two other styles in UGG's signature silhouette include the Kaia (above, right), which is studded and remade in a wild leopard and zebra print, and the Mandah (above, second from left), an elaborate boot glittering with silver and gold grommets that swirl around each other in circular patterns.
The latter boot is worn by Amber Valletta in Jimmy Choo's Cruise 2011 ads shot by Ines van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin and featuring the model in Mandahs, jean shorts, and a leather jacket while sitting on a vintage motorcycle in front of New York City's St. Regis hotel.
Rounding out the capsule collection are the Sora (above, second from right), a higher hippielike boot with two rows of suede fringe around the top, along with a row of star grommets, and the Siobhan (above, far left), a knit cashmere-blend boot with fringe trickling down the side.
The designs, which won't hit stores until Oct. 21 but can be pre-ordered online and in select stores, come in a palette of black, chestnut, chocolate, and charcoal, and each includes a metallic Jimmy Choo logo patch.
"Other than Jimmy Choo, UGG Australia is really the only other footwear I have in my wardrobe," claims Jimmy Choo's creative director Tamara Mellon in a statement. "I wear it at home in New York, on holiday in Malibu, and as an essential travel accessory for my plane wardrobe."
On or off a plane, would you wear Mellon's new UGG creations? Or do you think they are UGG-ly? Let us know in a comment.
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