Project 4 Scales New Heights

Project 4 towers over London

Project 4 comes in the new season colours, electrifying fushcia, orange and black to really make you stand out from the crowd. You will be head and shoulders above the fashion pack in these heels.


Secret Sample Sale

Come and join us at the Old Truman Brewery this weekend! Find out more at 


Finsk at The Blonde Salad

Check out Chiara Ferragni, author of The Blonde Salad blog's collection of Finsk shoes

from left: 205-162 mint green; 252-43 black/coral wegde; 252-106 dove grey/black/yellow


Finsk exhibition at IT Hong Kong

Check it out if you are in the area

Shoes and Cake

A funny little blurb about our metalic pony skin wedge from ShoesandCake.com

Hello, winter. I see you sneaking up around the corner. Oh sure, the calendar might read August, but outside (in London) it’s grey with a capital miserable.
The best thing about winter is boots, and these new ones from Finsk are cracking. The splops of gold on ponyskin (not REAL ponies, yeah?) contrasting with black and brown wood is just the slightly mental side of animal print that trend-peddlers are talking about for aw11.
I took a walk in the aw10 Finsk boots, and I can say that despite looking quite challenging, they are in fact easy to walk in, and perfectly balanced. That is what you pay for in a 550 quid shoe – engineering perfection and considered design. Well, I say in a 550 quid shoe, but not in all. In fact, Julia Lundsten’s designs feel more comfortable from some very big name designer kicks that I’ve worn in my time.
No wonder Christian Louboutin rates her so highly.




Nice little behind-the-scenes video from the BITE magazine shoot, featuring some Finsk Project shoes