FCN – Top 5 Womens Shoes designers

WALTER STEIGER

Walter Steiger founder of the brand,  an exclusive tailored shoe atelier who collaborated with some of the most legendary fashion designers such as Claude Montana, Oscar de la Renta, Emmanuel Ungaro, Nina Ricci and Karl Lagerfeld. Walter Steiger’s design revolutionised the shoe industry.

BRIAN ATWOOD

In 2001, Brian Atwood created his own label. Atwood is singularly devoted to making women’s bottom halves look long, lean and elegant. His wicked stilettos, filled with detail and unusual contrasts, are expertly constructed using only the finest luxury materials.

JIMMY CHOO

Jimmy Choo was launched in 1996 when Tamara Mellon, Accessories Editor at British Vogue realised the potential demand for stylish but wearable shoes.
In 1998, Jimmy Choo opened its first boutique in New York. Sparking an immediate success amongst young Hollywood stars, Jimmy Choo became synonymous with the “red carpet” shoe of choice for many Hollywood actresses.

MANOLO BLAHNIK

With a career spanning over several decades, Manolo Blahnik has become one of the most influential footwear designers in the world. His intricate designs have managed to become the obsession of shoe connoisseurs across the globe. From the sexy stiletto heel, to the little detailed embroidery, every pair of Manolo’s is unique, luxurious and extremely coveted.

STUART WEITZMAN

Sumptuous  stilettos, magnificence pumps, glittering mules – Stuart Weitzman creations are the stuff of dreams for women around the world and it is frequently seen on runways and red carpets.

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