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About Bruno Frisoni

Born in Paris to Italian parents, Bruno Frisoni cut his teeth working with such legendary designers as Maryll Lanvin and Christian Lacroix. In 1995 he ventured out on his own, and ever since has created super-sexy, unconventionally chic shoes and boots for daring, exceptional women. Fabulous flourishes such as elaborate pleating, ruffle trim, oversize bows made of straw or satin, and mirrored leather give artistic merit to Bruno Frisoni’s booties, pumps, platform sandals and other styles.

Past Sales Featuring Bruno Frisoni

Sale Ended March 11, 2011

Bruno Frisoni

If you're looking for minimalism, look elsewhere. Bruno Frisoni's footwear is known for its sexy, eccentric designs—and the ones in our array will be the center of attention wherever they go. Choose from pumps, sandals, and boots marked by extreme flourishes, like oversize denim bows, floor-sweeping fringe, and architecturally structured pleats.

Sale Ended June 21, 2012

Noir: Designer Shoe Sale

Harboring a shoe addiction? Consider yourself forewarned: There's no shortage of to-die-for jaw-droppers in this exciting mix. Choose from sexy sky-high wedges, edgy lace-up sandals, crazy fringed suede numbers, sleek clogs, cool carved-heel pumps, and more from names like Rodarte, Rick Owens, and Bruno Frisoni. Buyer beware.

Sale Ended January 31, 2012

Sunday Night Steals: Apparel & Accessories

Want to score of-the-moment wintertime styles by some of your favorite designer names for less? This mix of essential separates, dresses, and accessories — by Hat Attack, Calvin Klein, and more — makes dressing for the cold weather simple.

Sale Ended July 22, 2011

White Hot Accessories

Adding unexpected pops of white is one of our favorite ways to shake up a summer outfit: Cinch an ivory belt over a floral tunic to break up a busy pattern, or tote a delicate pearlescent clutch as a fresh alternative to classic black. We’re also loving white for an everyday bag—especially because the hue allows details like fringe, studs, and allover stitching to stand out all the more.