Welcome to our new collaboration with Pikes Ibiza. Ibiza is one of our favourite places overseas to wear Terry de Havilland platforms so we decided to create an exclusive collaboration heel with one of the most iconic hotels in Ibiza – Pikes. Restrictions still may be in place but that doesn’t stop you dressing up in 70’s glamorous platforms and attending the most luxurious places! Pamela’s has remained a must-have place to be in Ibiza even if we can just go for dinner.
The Terry de Havilland Zia Pamela
This bold heel is inspired by one of Pikes most sort for restaurants – Pamelas, in shocking rose gold and barbie pink incorporating both the influence of Terry de Havilland and Pikes. Of course, we chose to redesign our classic Zia silhouette in a colourway which was fitting to be worn worldwide, especially with the Ibiza beach in mind. The Zia Pamela will be sold exclusively on our website, you can preorder this bold platform now before it’s release on the 16th of October 2020. Already the Pamela has gained a lot of attention and the preorder list is building up so don’t wait for the 16th to buy!
About the Zia Pamela
- Collaboration between Pikes Ibiza and Terry de Havilland
- Exclusive to our website
- Limited edition shoe with very limited stock
- The Zia platform block heel in high shine ‘Pamela’ shades of pink
- Fully leather lined and leather sole
- Exclusive Pikes x TdH packaging
- A free copy of Pikes in house Magazine
About Pikes Ibiza
“Top 100 destinations in the world – Sunday Times Travel”
If you love the Ibiza scene you have probably visited Pikes Ibiza many times, and if you haven’t been I am sure you have heard of it. Pikes is an iconic Ibizan venue, famous for its rock ‘n’ roll history. Pikes is always filled with famous faces and known for their party culture, a history which goes hand in hand with Terry de Havilland. The Pikes Ibiza mansion is hidden in the San Antonian hills featuring 25 bespoke rooms and suites instituted around a fairytale garden and famous aquamarine pool. The iconic location that Wham shot their ‘Club Tropicana’ video.
This crazy iconic hotel was founded in the ’70s by the late Tony Pike. In the ’70s Pikes was not shy to a Terry de Havilland platform gracing it’s 25 rooms. The regular faces at the hotel would be Grace Jones, Tony Curtis, Spandau Ballet, Bon Jovi, George Michael and Freddie Mercury.
“There is no Hotel in the world quite like Pikes. In fact, forget Hotels, there is simply nowhere quite like this place” – Sunday Mail