Today, it’s world-renowned as a high-end clothing label with an insatiable love of zigzags, luxe knit fabrics, and geometric shapes — but Missoni actually started from very humble beginnings. Founded in the 1950s by Italian husband-and-wife team Ottavio and Rosita Missoni, the company began as a basement studio workshop anchored by two knitting machines and a collection of ideas. Word about Missoni’s bold, innovative patterns gradually spread among the fashion-following public — eventually reaching legendary Vogue editor Diana Vreeland, who promoted the brand in the pages of her magazine. Missoni’s super-stylish footwear complements its dresses, pants, and M Missoni collection by reproducing the iconic zigzag and chevron motifs on flat espadrilles, crochet-paneled wedges, embroidered peep-toe booties, and sky-high heels. Looking for something subtler? Try Missoni’s combat boots in basic brown suede, or white striped canvas sling-backs with lace-up fronts.
Scoop up a mix of the season’s best styles before it's too late.
Love to stand out from the crowd? Gilt’s Editorial Director Tracey Lomrantz Lester dished to PIX 11 viewers on the must-have accessories of the season — and they’re all about making a bold statement. Snap up ultra-bright crossbodies and clutches, multitiered necklaces, colorblocked sandals, and more. Shop Tracey's must-haves here, plus, score a ticket to our highly anticipated Warehouse Sale before they sell out!
Get from point A to point B in top-notch style (and comfort) with these wear-everywhere styles, made to complement your casual-cool look. You’ll be ready to dash out the door in colorful boat shoes, leather high tops, floral sandals, and a sweeping mix of embellished ballet flats and slip-on espadrilles.
Breathe new life into your little black dress or favorite shorts this season: This kaleidoscopic array of vibrant shoes will invigorate your wardrobe with standouts like orange thong sandals, turquoise snake embossed pumps, and bright yellow platforms. While summer brings the heat, chic brands like Jack Rogers, Missoni, and Dolce Vita bring the color.