If you’re going to make a comeback, make it a big one. That’s what iconic shoe brand Charles Jourdan did after spending nearly a decade in hibernation, and the strategy worked. Hiring the talented shoe designer Alexandra Neel — who came from the likes of Balenciaga and Celine — also helped the Paris-based label to reach a level of success that matches its '60s and '70s heyday. The Charles Jourdan 2.0 aesthetic focuses on lots of punchy colors, sky-high heels, slinky sandals, and daring silhouettes that toe the line between timeless and trendsetting. Leather and suede handbags in classic shapes, sleek automatic watches, dazzling bangle bracelets, and other bijoux fuse unabashedly bold details with Charles Jourdan’s vintage charm.
Nothing comes close to the feminine allure of the right pair of pumps, and this luxurious collection has evergreen heels for every day of the week. So pump up your wardrobe with always chic neutrals and blacks, or go for updated versions of the style, courtesy of brands like Marni, Butter, Kate Spade, and more.
“A woman with good shoes is never ugly.” So spoke no less than Coco Chanel—and what better way to celebrate the coming of spring than with a sparkling new pair that celebrates the season? We've got trendy color-blocked pumps, sky-high sandals, wear-everywhere wedges, and more—all guaranteed to put a spring in your step.
This famed brand may have first stepped into the spotlight in the '60s, but the handbags and shoes on offer here are decidedly of-the-moment. Look to retro-inspired styles like chunky platform sandals to add a touch of flair to summer basics, or top off day-to-night looks with a luxe handbag in rich, buttery leather.
A classic pump never goes out of style, whether you pair it with a pencil skirt and blazer for the office or a body-conscious sheath for a night on the town. Pump up your closet — and stock up on evergreen heels for every occasion with this collection. It features neutrals, blacks, and styles that pop with color from brands like Butter, Ash, and Kelsi Dagger.