Most Wanted: Maryam Nassir Zadeh Martina Mesh Slides


Seriously, we need a pair ASAP

Since opening her flagship store in New York’s Lower East Side in 2008, Maryam Nassir Zadeh has had her pulse on the desires of the downtown girl.

The RISD alum cites the blurring of the boundaries between art and fashion as one of her major sources of inspiration—and that is apparent in this week’s most wanted item. 

The shoes your closet is missing this summer have been found: the Martina Mesh Slides are the shoes of the season. Made of leather with mesh detailing, these shoes are great for shopping in SoHo or soaking in culture at the Guggenheim. 

These metallic violet shoes, crafted in Turkey, are super versatile and will add an unexpected color to your outfits. The little heel is just enough of a boost to give you some height without being shoes you’re ready to rip off of your feet the moment you get home.  

Perfect with a dress or a pair of ripped and well-loved jeans, these shoes are ready to accompany you on all of your summer adventures. 

Maryam Nassir Zadeh Martina Mesh Slides, $437, available at MNZ Store

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