JIMMY CHOO X NET-A-PORTER

NET-A-PORTER has collaborated with Jimmy Choo for the first time to create a capsule collection of 13 exclusive red carpet styles, including both shoes and bags

Since 1996, Jimmy Choo has raised the art of celebrity dressing and the brand is not to be missed at every red carpet. The brand brings to us once again unparalleled elegance through its glamorous pieces and has partnered with NET-A-PORTER exclusively on a red carpet capsule collection. Crafted with its iconic sparkle, crystals, bows and feathers are added to give a decadent finish to each design and each style showcases strong femininity and seductiveness. This is the first time that both brands have collaborated on a co-branded product and it will be launched exclusively on NET-A-PORTER.

“Jimmy Choo has long been the authority on celebrity dressing, so it made sense for NET-A-PORTER to collaborate with them on a red carpet capsule collection created with our global customer in mind. Creative Director Sandra Choi always delivers the ultimate statement heel for after hours, and for this collection, she reimagined glamorous red carpet styles for the NET-A-PORTER woman.” – Elizabeth von der Goltz, Global Buying Director, NET-A-PORTER

The arbiter of red carpet dressing, Jimmy Choo brings glamour to the NET-A-PORTER customer in the form of sophisticated yet playful styles realised in luxurious Chantilly lace, satin and suede. The signature designs of Jimmy Choo are reinterpreted exclusively for NET-A-PORTER, including the timeless stiletto heel pumps. A touch of iconic sparkle is added with crystals, bows and feathers lending a decadent finish. This sparkle carries on to the bags as well, with all three clutches embroidered with crystal detailing. Crafted with intention, the box clutches fits naturally in the hand and has space for all evening essentials. The capsule collection is simply perfect for a night out.

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