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Andrea Pfister

Andrea Pfister

Andrea Pfister is known for his stylish and amusing designs which have earned him a reputation a...
Casadei

Casadei

For Cesare Casadei creative director of the Italian brand Casadei, shoes are just “like being i...
Maud Frizon

Maud Frizon

Maud Frizon, born in 1941 in Paris to a French father and English mother, began her career as a ...
Charles Jourdan

Charles Jourdan

The life of famed women’s shoemaker, Charles Jourdan, began in 1883 In southeastern France, in B...
André Perugia

André Perugia

Andre Perugia was an innovator. He had a lifelong contract with I. Miller. When we traveled to t...
Walter Steiger

Walter Steiger

  Walter Steiger is one of the most influential designers in the history of modern footwear, wh...
Herbert (Beth) Levine

Herbert (Beth) Levine

Beth Levine's ingenious and witty designs, experimentation with novel materials, and ability to...
Robert Clergerie

Robert Clergerie

The story starts in a small town in the southeast of France, between Valence and Grenoble. The ...
Helmut Lang

Helmut Lang

One of the most influential designers of the Nineties, whose cult status endures “Shy, reticent...
Manolo Blahnik

Manolo Blahnik

To try to define Manolo Blahnik's designs is to try to define the work of an ever-evolving arti...
Karl Lagerfeld

Karl Lagerfeld

Completely unique—and proud of it—Karl Lagerfeld has basically dominated the fashion scene ever...
Yves Saint Laurent

Yves Saint Laurent

Yves Saint Laurent started out under the watchful eye of another designer who symbolizes class,...
Salvatore Ferragamo

Salvatore Ferragamo

One of 14 children, Ferragamo was apprenticed to a shoemaker in Naples at the age of 11, before...