/Designer Shoe Lovers Rejoice: Cinderella Designer Shoes

Designer Shoe Lovers Rejoice: Cinderella Designer Shoes

THE shoe, ladies. The.Freaking.Shoe. And if you think I’m talking about Louboutins you need to reevaluate your priorities and come correct because A. You know I’m a Jimmy Choo fan and B. We’re talking about the shoe that started it all.

Cinderella is Proof That a New Pair of Shoes Can Change Your Life

That’s right, we’re all about to get our glass slipper on. In honor of Disney’s live action re-boot of Cinderella, which you should be properly nauseated by if you watch The Bachelor, Saks Fifth Avenue is launching a Cinderella shoe collection.

Disney partnered with literally every shoe designer you ever wish you’d store in your SATC Movie closet to make your childhood dreams come true. Jimmy, Salvatore, Nicky K-Wood, Charlotte, Stuart- gang’s all here!

“Cinderella has both delicate and strong qualities as a character. The moment of transformation emphasizes both and gave me the design inspiration to create a piece that spoke to the film’s magic,” – Nicholas Kirkwood.

“I think every girl desires a Cinderella moment in their lives. This story ignites a love affair and fascination with shoes that never dies. The power they have to transform is instilled from a young age and the fantasy remains alive forever. I wanted to create a shoe that felt magical, with alluring sparkle and a feminine, timeless silhouette evoking those childhood emotions,” – Sandra Choi (Creative Director Jimmy Choo.) You just know Tamara Mellon is so pissed right now.

“Cinderella in 2015 has a timeless appeal. The diamond and translucent bootie enhance the vision I have of her,” – Stuart Weitzman

“Cinderella’s glass slipper represents every woman’s dream shoe. The story, being a classic, inspired me to use my iconic pointed toe silhouette, which I embellished with an array of hand encrusted Swarovski crystals to create the ultimate fantasy shoe. I used transparent PVC to create a ‘glass’ effect and ivory suede for luxurious texture and dimension,” – Paul Andrew.

“The magic of a shoe that turns a woman into a princess and gives her the feeling of walking on clouds is a universal dream. A modern Cinderella fairy tale of rediscovering a soft sensuality and a powerful femininity. A shoe made of transparency and light: the cage heel, an iconic symbol of Salvatore Ferragamo, is covered with Swarovski crystals and is transformed by sparkling impalpability,” – Massimiliano Giornetti (creative director Ferragamo)

“‘Works of arts called shoes’ to grant wishes and raise emotions. Passion and never ending research don’t draw the line at fantasy and creativity. This is how dreams come true in our fairy tale,” – René Caovilla

“My vision of the glass slipper was inspired by the timeless and feminine beauty that I believe Cinderella and the Alexandre Birman brand both share. I reinterpreted our classic Johanna pump, this time giving it a fashionable and romantic twist with satin and Swarovski crystals. It’s a shoe I imagine a modern princess would wear,” – Alexandre Birman.

“The stroke of midnight is a wonderful element of the Cinderella fairytale, it adds tension and intensity to the story. I was inspired by that when I designed this style for Cinderella and the result is a dramatic midnight-blue glitter sandal on a sky-high heel. The clear strap is reminiscent of the crystal slipper, while the refined gold and silver trims add the right amount of whimsy to the design. I wanted to create something that, if left behind, the Prince would feel even more captivated by Cinderella’s allure,” – Jerome C. Rousseau.

“I am delighted and honoured to be invited by Disney to design one of the most iconic shoes in history. It was such a pleasure to create my version of Cinderella’s glass slipper which I have aptly named If the Shoe Fits. This transparent platform shoe made with my signature PVC & perspex materials is adorned with star and crystal detailing as befits any princess,” – Charlotte Olympia.

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