Roger Vivier’s S/S’13 Urban Summer Collection – Preview

by Katie on October 4, 2012

Now, if you’re a regular reader here I’ve certainly give you the heads up about Roger Vivier before.

This burgeoning re-vamped brand is making all the serious right moves and at the right times (cue Paris Fashion week) to make a celebrated sexy splash for the woman with class and charisma.

According to the powers that be at Vivier, stepping from a Guy Bourdin or Helmut Newton shoot, the Roger Vivier heroine is the sheer epitome of womanhood – both contemporary and pragmatic, she refuses to compromise on her ultra feminine style

2013’s spring-summer Miss is certainly not afraid of heights. She loves to flaunt  Sexy Day, delicate multi-strap sandals, Bibendum platforms or ultra-compensated Archi Compact sandal and mulesShe embraces her every facet, including her masculine side in men’s slippers reinterpreted by Bruno Frisoni in a dozen new variants. Whimsical as she may be, the Vivier girl also recognises the virtues of timeless style. The new Square bag is one such style classic. 

Having joined the illustrious ranks of Roger Vivier’s icons two seasons ago, the Prismick bag and shoe line develops. Jewel-like facets of geometric découpés have become essential to every elegant woman’s dressing room. Created for Roger Vivier by Bruno Frisoni, Prismick has enjoyed such runaway success that the Maison is delighted to welcome an array of new models including a variety of bags and shoes crafted in suede and satin. 

From the Palace Stiletto, seen in black satin with acid green lining (these are raised by the precious, almost ethnic touch of a hammered golden sequin panel. Like a smoking jacket gilded in gold leaf – fatal attraction) to the Archi Compact wedges, Viviers are no shrinking violets. Show stoppers for sure with elegant proportions.


And, just as we switch to Autumn chills, we are inspired to wear Summer sandals and peep toes again. Vivier is such a sly seducer.





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