In just a matter of days, Filling Pieces will be dropping off the final capsule from their "Metamorphosis" collection. The SS16 delivery is of course geared towards warmer weather, as the Amsterdam footwear label has reworked a number of their signature silhouettes, all while introducing new models to the arsenal. For example, brand staple, the Low Top Classic, can be seen in a variety of material options and colorways, including spray-painted and laser-perforated iterations. New entries include the Huar and Cut-Out, as the former features vegetable-tanned Italian leather construction with laser-cut cords positioned along the toe box and side panel. The Cut-Out in turn showcases geometric mesh layering along the sides.

For a detailed look at the final "Metamorphosis" delivery for Spring/Summer 2016, scan through the lookbook imagery above. Then, head on over to Filling Pieces to shop the collection on March 4.

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