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Why you need the Dr. Martens x Dolls Kill collection

Posted: 17 October 2019 10:20 am


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Find out when and where you can shop the statement and super chunky collection by Dr. Martens and Dolls Kill.

Dr. Martens is about to drop a series of the boldest Doc styles we've seen yet. The iconic fashion label is collaborating with Dolls Kill and you need to see what's included.

The range is inspired by the rebellious culture of the 90s fashion, fitting in perfectly with the statement styles. Take your pick from the 10-eye Jadon Hi Max DK and 20-eye 1B60 Max DK. Both boots arrive in the Quad Retro Max, which just so happens to be Dr. Martens highest platform sole ever. There's also a metal zipper – because nobody expects you to lace up 20 eyelets. We also love the metal lace keeper, the lace charms and the double branding that sits on the tongue of the boot.

You'll be able to shop the collection from Dr. Martens and Dolls Kill online, starting from 19 October. You may want to get in quick – there's a lot of hype around this release so it's going to sell out fast!

Not familiar with the brand Dolls Kill? Allow us to give you a run-down. It's the place to shop for quirky style and killer fashion, a place where all misfits are welcome! It makes total sense for Dr. Martens to collaborate with Dolls Kill. The store specialises in all things extravagant, so why not create one of the highest platform boots? We're obsessed.

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Looking for more fashion content? Here at Finder, we've got you covered. You need to check out the Converse x AMBUSH collaboration, as well as the Nasty Gal x Natasha Oakley collection. And if you're in the mood to shop, head on over and check out our round-up of the best sales of the week. Brands like Nasty Gal and Dissh are included and we have already started shopping!

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