The most iconic designer shoes
Throughout history, the biggest fashion houses around the world have released iconic shoe designs that have earned their place in the fashion hall of fame. Let’s have a look at the most iconic designer shoes of all time.
Chanel’s two-tone pumps are instantly recognisable. Released in 1957, stars such as Brigitte Bardot, Jane Fonda and Catherine Deneuve snapped up a pair and thousands of other women followed suit, establishing the Chanel pump as one of the most iconic shoe designs of all time. The shoe still possesses its classic neutral colourway and sleek silhouette that can add elegance to any outfit.
Jimmy Choo Anouk Pumps
These pointed pumps from Jimmy Choo celebrated their 20th anniversary a couple of years ago and are famed for their versatility. Sexy, sleek and sophisticated, these heeled pumps can be purchased in a classic nude or patent black colour to match any outfit. Alternatively, for the more adventurous woman, the Anouk pumps also come in a range of colours and prints, from maroon lace to emerald snakeskin.
Gucci Horsebit Loafers
The Gucci loafer has an illustrious history. After the First World War, Guccio Gucci, the brand’s founder, noticed that the English aristocracy had a significant connection to equestrian symbols, and so when he started his brand in 1921, he intertwined equestrian iconography with the brand’s identity. In 1953, Guccio’s son, Aldo, created the Horsebit loafer, which has since been adored by Hollywood’s elite and jet setters alike.
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