Thanks to a new creative partnership with Lucchese, you can step into the boots of country sensation and style maven Kacey Musgraves.
Kacey Musgraves first caught America’s eye in 2007 when she appeared on the fifth season of USA’s hit series Nashville Star. Since then she’s gone on to release three applauded albums and co-write with some of country’s biggest names, including Miranda Lambert, whom she beat out for two 2014 Grammys. In fact, Musgraves has piled up too many awards and nominations to name — as well as a Texas-sized fan base. But it isn’t just her twangy tunes and witty lyrics that have earned her fame. Her fashion choices have attracted a loyal following of their own.
Musgrave’s unique sense of style is hard to define. It’s a little bit retro, a little bit edgy, and undeniably rooted in country. No matter what she’s wearing, the Texas talent never takes the stage without her cowgirl boots. So when boot icon Lucchese approached her about collaborating, Musgraves was over the moon.
Together they created Kacey for Lucchese, a collection of designs inspired by her life experiences. “I’ve had so much fun designing my boot line for Lucchese,” she says. “As a native Texan (and a boot wearer!), this brand means something special to me, and this opportunity was a dream come true. Every detail on each boot in this line represents sentiments and pieces of me and my career.”
The feeling is mutual. “Working with Kacey is like listening to her music — it’s motivating and fun,” says Doug Kindy, president of Lucchese. “The collection celebrates her adventurous and confident spirit and unites it with the heart and soul of the Lucchese brand.”
Since the collection's launch in November 2015, Musgraves has been seen on numerous occasions rocking her own boots, including when she took the stage to open for George Strait during his Strait to Vegas stint in April 2016.
The collection’s four debut designs are now available at Lucchese stores in Houston, San Antonio, Santa Fe, and Nashville, as well as through the bookmaker's website ($300 – $450).
From the January 2016 issue.