The name Bally has been synonymous with venerable Swiss shoemaking since brothers Carl Franz and Fritz Bally established their iconic company in 1851. Exceptional quality is one of Bally’s key principles, as exemplified by its iconic Scribe shoe: a handcrafted men’s oxford with a 200-step production process. Footwear isn’t Bally’s only bag: Its collections of refined ready-to-wear clothing and luxurious accessories have helped put it on the apparel map as well. Since taking over Bally's menswear and womenswear lines in 2010, creative directors Graeme Fidler and Michael Herz have imbued the apparel brand with what Herz calls "a contemporary heritage" — a blend of modernism and classic design. Bally's chic, vintage-inspired belts, gloves, hats and travel bags — not to mention those delicious shoes and boots — top off your outfits with timeless glamour.
Accessories make the (wo)man. So pull that look together with Bally’s patent-leather peep-toe pumps, high-heel boots and lady-about-town satchels. Or try Bill Blass’ luxurious bags, made of brightly hued goat, python and crocodile. Then again, maybe Costume National’s Cage-Heel sandal is your answer. The statement-maker, which has an open metal heel for support, is one of the two-dozen boot and shoe styles available from the avant-garde label.
The essential fall style by brands like Bally, testoni Basic, and Bruno Magli.
Put your most stylish foot forward this fall with designer shoes and boots from some of fashion's most celebrated names. From suede platform boots by Sergio Rossi, to classic black pumps in Bally's buttery leather. Costume National's fur-trimmed ankle boots are sexy and daring, but for more on-the-go needs there are also ballet flats by Calvin Klein Collection. Whatever your footwear notions for fall, this selection will keep you well-heeled.
The height of refined footwear—literally—by Costume National, Harrys of London, and more.