A Roger Vivier Love Story
Très Vivier bag and Viv Run Strass Buckle Sneakers are available at Roger Vivier Bal Harbour.
Known as the Fragonard of the shoe, Roger Vivier opened his first boutique on rue Royale in Paris in 1937. Heels were his field of excellence he was the father to the Aiguille stiletto, launched in 1954, and the sinuous Virgule heel, considered the manifesto of his namesake label since 1963. Today, the brand is reimagining one of their classics with the release of the Très Vivier collection as it makes a captivating entrance to Roger Vivier Bal Harbour with simple silhouettes and delicate dazzles that continue a long tradition of Vivier elegance and style.
Roger Vivier Bal Harbour window display of the new Très Vivier collection.
The year was 1967, when a pair of original patent leather pumps with large square buckles achieved iconic status. The rebelliously elegant shoes worn by Catherine Deneuve with a trench raincoat in the award-winning Belle de Jour movie would forever carry the name of the film they first starred in. Since that on-screen appearance, the pumps have remained a source of endless inspiration for the Maison. In their latest iteration, Creative Director Gherardo Felloni was inspired by the original design to create a new line of shoes, bags and belts made for todays Vivier woman.
Très Vivier Strass Buckle Pump and handbag.
Serving as the inspiration behind the redesign, Catherine Deneuve wears the Belle Vivier Pumps on set during the Belle de Jour movie .