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The LA Brand Making No-Fuss Fall Shoes

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A lookbook shot from Loq of a model holding the Villa shoe Photo: LOQ

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LOQ is a brand that you can expect to see a lot of this fall. The shoe company — which is based in LA, manufactured in Spain — was founded just last year, but is already stocked at over a dozen of big-name indie boutiques. There's Assembly and Objects Without Meaning in LA; Concrete + Water and Sincerely Tommy in New York; Need Supply Co. in Richmond; plus Garmentory and Shopbop online (the latter of which goes well beyond indie).

Fall’s collection is six different silhouettes: two styles of ankle boots; two pairs of low block heels; a pair of slip-on flats; and one pair of strappy sandals.

LOQ boots
Loq shoes

The Lazaro, $375; and The Villa, $325

LOQ shoes
LOQ shoes

The Lorente, $360; and Lucia, $325

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