Pamela Collection

A myth, a mystery and a mood all in one, our Pamela was truly one-of-a-kind. According to local legend, she would sweep through Pikes hotel, silky swathes of her signature pink kaftan drifting after her as she floated by, the scent of her perfume lingering on the breeze long after she’d passed through a room. She was our lady in pink.

The third collaboration of two timeless brands, Pikes Ibiza and Terry de Havilland. Fifty years on, Terry de Havilland footwear continues to be loved and worn by style icons, while Pikes Ibiza remains an iconic Ibizan institution. 

Known for creating something brave and bold, the brands have a lot in common. The six-piece luxury footwear collection, inspired by Pamela, a famous bohemian beauty and hotel muse. 

The limited edition collection includes six shoes and one pair of boots, each celebrating the rock and roll history of the brands in an exclusive, iconic way. They were designed as a celebration of Pamela’s uniqueness. 

Hand-cut leather, clashing textures and the highest heels are trademarks of the collection. It has a strong pink theme throughout, connecting each design back to the iconic pink colour of the famous Ibizan hotel. Terry de Havilland’s and Pikes’ creative teams have ensured each shoe is a design Pamela would have cherished.

Popular shoe and boot designs such as the ZIA 140, glossy Lena and Lillita make up the collection, with a round closed-toe platform ankle boot, the Aria. Designed to mirror those wearing the collection, the colours are bold and make a statement, like most Seventies trends, encouraging glamour, finesse, and hedonism.

The limited edition collection is available online on Monday, 19th September, in sizes 36 to 42.

Pikes Ibiza has embodied the spirit of Ibiza since the Seventies, so working with the brand and their amazing team to create such a unique collection has been something we have really enjoyed. Each design has been created to be extravagant, flamboyant, and energetic, with a true Seventies feel. We are looking forward to sharing the collection.

Dawn Hindle, creative director at Pikes Ibiza, adds: “We’re always looking to the future, aiming to create something special wherever we go. Terry de Havilland shoes were worn at Pikes Ibiza back in the Seventies and continue to be worn here now. With our brand similarities – both inventive and hedonistic – the collaboration has been a party in itself. We can’t wait to see people dancing here in the shoes. This is something Pamela would have adored!”