Described as the "Fabergé of Footwear” and creator of the first stiletto heel in the 1950s, Roger Vivier designed extravagant, luxuriantly embellished shoes he described as sculptures. The artistic heritage and exceptional tradition of the Maison Roger Vivier found new life with the renaissance of the brand in 2003 through the acquisition of Diego Della Valle.
Under the Creative Direction of Bruno Frisoni, the work and vision of M Vivier was pursued, extending its expertise to include bags, small leather goods, jewellery and sunglasses. Ines de la Fressange, quintessential epitome of French elegance, represents the refined allure of this Parisian Maison with an irony and fantasy that makes Roger Vivier style so inimitable.
A spectacular universe of dreams and desires, enchanting the most elegant and fascinating women of the world, icons of timeless Parisian elegance, sophisticated and extravagant: a rare luxury.