Gianfranco Ferré is the Frank Lloyd Wright of fashion. Formally trained in architecture, this Italian designer is known for his crisp lines, precise tailoring and careful attention to form and structure. His signature pieces — the billowing white dress shirt and structured pantsuit — were made famous by Elizabeth Taylor, Julia Roberts, and Oprah Winfrey, but a whole generation of women since have adored his East-meets-West aesthetic and his rejection of high fashion trends. His diffusion line, GF Ferré, is the younger, more sporty line for men and women.
Resort-ready sandals, stacked heels, ballet flats by Prada, Jimmy Choo and more
In need of a little style inspiration? Look to Parisian mainstays like Barbara Bui, Nina Ricci, Chloé, and Robert Clergerie to add that certain “je ne sais quoi” to your footwear collection. You’ll find Left Bank-chic ballet flats, glossy metallic pumps, embossed suede booties, and sleek loafers accented with tassels, knotted details, and oversized pearls.
Serious statement-makers, from studded suede heels to python pumps.
Champion urban-warrior style with every iteration of the strappy shoe by Kelsi Dagger Brooklyn and more