Jimmy Choo launches made-to-measure service

The famous English brand is preparing to launch for the first time in its history custom made shoes giving the opportunity to customers to customize the following models Shine, Anouk, Lance, Xenie and Tite. This unique opportunity will be provided in the shops of Jimmy Choo in Paris from 19 May.

Made-to-measure Anouk heels, Jimmy Choo

Made-to-measure Xenia heels, Jimmy Choo

Allowing the customer to choose among a wide range of colors, materials and heel height, anyone can create their dream pair of shoes in a few days from now on the street Montaigne and Saint – Honore, the flagship stores of the house. Although so far these services are provided exclusively in red carpet guests of the house, the 2013 artistic director, Sandra Choi introduced this idea that we have by now be implemented.

Sketch of the Lance heel designed by Sandra Choi, creative director of Jimmy Choo

Sketch of the Xenia heel designed by Sandra Choi, creative director of Jimmy Choo

Sketch of theTite heel designed by Sandra Choi, creative director of Jimmy Choo

 Specifically, the four iconic designs Anouk, Lance, Xenie and Tite, will be available in a variety of colors including ruby, pink, black asphalt and materials such as suede, sequins, leather and exotic skins. The detail, however, that will make the difference is the ability of the client to choose the monagram as a finishing touch that gives each pair its own identity.

Personalization service Jimmy Choo, from Monday May 19 in French Jimmy Choo boutiques. 34 avenue Montaigne, Paris 8th and 376 rue Saint-Honoré, Paris 1st.

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