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About Calvin Klein Collection Footwear

In 1968, an ambitious young upstart from the Bronx named Calvin Klein got his start in the fashion world by opening a tiny boutique in a New York City hotel. Within a year Klein and his understated, elegant designs were making regular appearances in the pages of Vogue and other fashion magazines, and soon Calvin Klein evolved into a multimillion-dollar company. Klein spent the 1970s through the 1990s transforming the fashion industry — kicking off the designer jeans craze and hiring celebrities like Brooke Shields and Mark Wahlberg to model his clothing and underwear collections in racy ad campaigns. Today Klein's empire includes around a dozen brands, including Calvin Klein, the Calvin Klein Collection, and ck Calvin Klein. The Calvin Klein Collection remains the company’s flagship line, with Brazilian design dynamo Francisco Costa in the creative director’s chair since 2003. The label’s high-fashion footwear includes everything from strappy leather sandals and dramatic high-heeled boots to men’s patent leather oxfords and loafers. Costa’s innovative use of unorthodox materials, keen eye, and strong silhouettes imbues these shoes with timeless appeal. In addition to footwear, the Calvin Klein Collection includes men's and women's clothing, eyewear, handbags, and accessories defined by Klein's minimalist aesthetic.

Past Sales Featuring Calvin Klein Collection Footwear

Sale Ended January 16, 2011

Shoes In Your Size: 8 - 1/14/2011

Ah, that perennial problem: You’re scouring a sale for shoes, and just when you think you’ve found the perfect pair, and are starting to figure out which suits and jeans they'll work with, you suddenly discover that the store is completely, utterly sold out of them in your size. It’s the shopping equivalent of that old trope in the movies where a turntable needle scratches across a record. Well, whether you’re looking for sneakers, boots, or lace-ups, you won’t experience that here, because every shoe in this sale comes in your size.

Sale Ended May 11, 2012

Final Few: Up to 70% Off

Once in a while, we wind up with some items that haven't found their way to a good home. It’s tragic, we know. But don't worry, there’s a silver lining. We’re offering them to you — at steeper-than-ever discounts — so we can make way for new gear. We’ve only got a few of each item in stock, so move fast.

Sale Ended March 03, 2013

Red Carpet-Worthy Dresses & Accessories

Hollywood’s biggest awards show always gets us daydreaming of dressing up for a special occasion. Turn your elegant evening out into a show-stopping affair with one of the ensembles in this sale. From Grecian jersey gowns and sequined cocktail sheaths to hammered silk skirts and embellished floor-sweeping numbers, you’re sure to make a memorable entrance. Finish off you’re A-list look with vibrant drop earrings (a hot trend among the leading ladies!) and a glittering statement clutch.

Sale Ended May 31, 2009

Calvin Klein Collection Shoes

Calvin Klein launched his eponymous label in 1968 with a line of men’s and women's coats designed for the now defunct retailer Bonwit Teller. Since then, the iconic American company has grown to include high-end apparel, designer jeans, underwear, eyewear, eveningwear and home collections, each renowned for their muted color palate and modern yet timeless quality. Undoubtedly one of the great American fashion houses, Calvin Klein is also a pioneer when it comes to advertising and branding. His sultry and often controversial campaigns have helped launch the careers of Kate Moss and Antonio Sabato Jr., and propelled celebrities like Brooke Shields and Mark Wahlberg into fashion icons in their own right. Though Klein sold the line in 2003, his minimalist, form-fitting aesthetic remains at the core of the company's design principle and is what keeps Hollywood tastemakers like Naomi Watts and Gwyneth Paltrow (and many others) as loyal clients, and its designs in the editorial spreads of every magazine from <i>Vogue</i> to <i>Town & Country</i>.