Paul Andrew Designs Andy Warhol-Inspired Zenadia Pump

Paul Andrew is channeling Andy Warhol. The designer created a custom edition of his popular Zenadia pump, featuring a pattern resembling Warhol’s 1962 artwork of Campbell’s Soup cans, as an exclusive project for Interview Magazine.

Andrew took to Instagram to showcase the creation.


The Zenadia style has become a big hit for Andrew and a red-carpet staple among top celebrities. Everyone from Brie Larson to Lupita Nyong’o to Anna Kendrick and Emmy Rossum have been spotted in the look.

Andrew recently told FN, “I would have to say my signature Zenadia is my favorite. I love that it’s so versatile, classic and simple, but it has this detail that makes it immediately distinctive and a little special. It’s also deceptively comfortable, which is an important factor. I love hearing from women that it’s the only single-sole stiletto they can wear all day.”

He added, “The collection that originated this style was all about birds and flight. I call the detail on the vamp of the foot a wing because the movement of wings inspired it. Lupita Nyong’o wore this style at the Golden Globes when she was just breaking onto the scene, with that gorgeous red caped gown. That was such a fashion moment, but it was also very special to me. Brie Larson — another star I’ve been watching closely — she’s also a huge fan of the Zenadia.”

Olivia Wilde Paul Andrew Zenadia Pumps
Olivia Wilde wearing Paul Andrew Zenadia pumps.
CREDIT: Splash.

For a full look at celebrities in the Zenadia pumps, click through the gallery.

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