Sarah Jessica Parker is celebrating her first anniversary as a shoe designer any true shoe lover would, by turning to fashion-favorite Instagram.
Check out the highlight reel from the 2014 FN Achievement Awards to see the people, brands and companies that dominated for the year.
Sex sells at Stuart Weitzman. Gisele Bündchen is back in the brand’s campaign for spring ’15, this time with a “borrowed from the boys” theme. The Weitzman team set out to achieve both feminine and masculine shots. Shot by Mario Testino, the images are black and white. The campaign is set to launch in the U.S., Italy, France
Sex appeal — or at least “Sex and the City” references — was high at the FNAAs, thanks to iconic actress and Launch of the Year recipient Sarah Jessica Parker.
“These are the winners who actually set the bar higher for the rest,” Michael Atmore, FN’s editorial director explained as he opened the event.
FN talks to the biggest stars of the night at the Footwear News Achievement Awards, sponsored by Zappos Couture. http://youtu.be/IMcx6Fj9fPc
Jimmy Choo is no stranger to media attention. But in 2014, the British footwear brand managed to spike the public’s fascination even higher.
“This profession has changed a lot,” Giuseppe Zanotti declared in his signature staccato over the telephone from a factory in Pascoli, Italy. He would know better than most. With a career spanning more than 30 years and his eponymous label celebrating its 20th in business, the designer is riding high following a minority acquisition by LVMH. Sure, Zanott
Welcome to the “Shoe Oscars,” our annual celebration of everything that’s right in the world of footwear.