Terry De Havilland has been designing fabulously quirky heels since the 1970s. We at the Terry De Havilland design team love looking back into our archives to see the vintage shoes and how we can recreate them. Our current vintage re worked item is the Lena Lime which is on sale now.


The Lena Lime was originally created by Terry De Havilland himself in the 1970 – 1979 period. At the time Terry De Havilland was named by the media as the “Cobbler to the World” a legacy we live on by recreating his fantasies in his footwear collections. Terry De Havilland was not shy to snakeskin, and these particular platform heels were originally named Glitter in a 5 inch heel. The pastel tones and the green colour had returned to be back in for SS19  so we simply had to recreate this shoe. The differences between the original and the re worked item are the pastel green tone has gone a shade brighter to create a lime hue. The snake print is slightly larger and the lightning bolt buckle has been added. However the silhouette, double platform, heel height and open toe features have all remained the same.

Give your wardrobe a nod to the 70s and shop our Lena Lime here.

If you’d like to look further at our archive, check out our Pinterest board we have put together.