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About Guillaume Hinfray

In the late 1990s, French shoe designer Guillaume Hinfray left Salvatore Ferragamo to start his own couture footwear line. The result: a daring and truly original collection of shoes and boots that combine opulent textures, offbeat color pairings, references to Gothic architecture and classic French fashion, and accents like mini hoops and barbell piercings. Covered platform slingbacks, blue suede "Gavotte" ballet flats, polished leather tall boots, and satin-insole “Simon” peep-toe pumps are both posh yet unpretentious, and exemplify the best of Italian style. Based in Milan, Guillaume Hinfray and his partner, Marco Censi, decorate the heels of their shoes with tiny round piercings to make them instantly identifiable.

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Sale Ended March 03, 2014

Shoe Guide: Sizes 5-6

Scoop up perfect-fit sandals, ballet flats, and pop-of-color heels.

Sale Ended November 26, 2014

50 Shoes That Make the Outfit - 11/24/2014

Elevate your look with where-did-you-get-those heels.

Sale Ended July 21, 2012

Bright & Fun: Ballet Flats

Who can resist the allure of a shoe that's stylish and comfortable enough for all-day wear? That’s why we’re obsessed with ballet flats — especially this super-chic array, which features everything from embellished neutrals to downright girly iterations. Don’t feel badly if you want more than one pair; these picks prove that keeping a low profile doesn’t mean sacrificing high style.

Sale Ended March 23, 2012

Guillaume Hinfray

Here at Gilt, we don't shy away from bold shoes — which is why our staffers are such fans of Guillame Hinfray's use of luxe textures and unexpected bold accents. Just take a look at the unique selection we've rounded up here: From pumps that mix leather and suede to bow-topped flats in poppy spring hues, each striking style guarantees you'll be putting your best foot forward.