1. Gucci Horsebit Loafers
The Gucci Horsebit Loafer made it's debut in 1953 and is still a favourite today. The shoe is reinvented every season from the classic to this beautiful studded version.
2. Valentino Rockstud Heels
Chic with a modern edge, these shoes were first introduced in 2010, Valentino’s Rockstuds are still seen on red carpets six years later.
3. Chloé Susanna Boots
These tough-luxe studded boots from Chloé are an investment for all four seasons. Whether you wear them with a floaty dress during summer or with jeans in the winter.
4. Chanel Espadrilles
This Chanel classic can be worn all year round. Featuring the interlocking CC logo, the espadrille comes in leather, canvas, suede and mesh and in a variety of colors. Chanel introduces new fabrics and colors every season
5. Manolo Blahnik Hangisi Pumps
While the Sex and the City movie introduced the Hangisi pump, the phenomena wouldn’t be nearly as far-reaching as it’s become if this wasn’t a very special shoe. The shoe is both elegant as timeless and will never go out of style.
6. Christian Louboutin Pigalle Courts
Named after one of his favorite neighborhoods in Paris, "Pigalle" is Monsieur Louboutin's most iconic style. With its fine stiletto heel and pointed toe, this celebrated model is a stunning look for business and pleasure.
7. Jimmy Choo Anouk Courts
The pointy toe Anoukis a triumph in stiletto engineering, the elegant silhouette and towering spike heel are perfectly proportioned. It's because of this that the shoe has become a true red-carpet favourite.
8. Chanel Ballet Flats
If you're planning on buying Ballet Flats make it this one. Chanel’s quilted ballet pump have been the flat for sophisticated women for decades. They have been made over and over this season in tweed and metallic python.
9. Chanel Slingback Pumps
In 1957, Coco Chanel designed a shoe that was way ahead of its time, the two-tone slingback shoes. After all this time director Karl Lagerfeld is bringing them back, better and stronger than ever and is here to stay!