Japanese streetwear label N. Hoolywood already released its Skyscraper collection last year, which featured t shirts, sweaters, jackets, and accessories all inspired by iconic discount Christian Louboutin Shoes American architecture.
In shoes, New Zealand born (but New York based) designer Rebecca Taylor premiered skyscraper printed sandals on her runway last season, and Italian shoe brand Geox just released pictures of a new model that rests on Empire State Building shaped heels.
But the trend doesn't stop there: new statement jewelry also draws on prominent skylines. Cynthia Gale, the New York designer behind the jewelry label GeoArt, salutes her home town with a new collection called The City That Never Sleeps, inspired by the work of photographer Irving Browning who portrayed the city in countless pictures.
"After 20 plus years of living in New York City, I am still mesmerized by its unique, geometric skyline," Gale said.
It seems only a matter of time until this trend enters the mainstream and other creative fields: interior design brand Snowden Flood, for example, has just released a series of plates printed with prominent London landmarks.