Shoe label Jimmy Choo is creating a capsule collection of its most iconic styles, including some worn on 'Sex and the City'.
Jimmy Choo is launching a capsule collection based on its most memorable styles.
The shoe label - run by British executive Tamara Mellon - has collated a number of famous items including a feather sandal worn by Carrie Bradshaw in 'Sex And The City' and a peep-toe once worn by Natalie Portman for the set, which will also feature re-worked new versions of old classics.
Tamara said: "I wanted to create a modern capsule collection by memorable styles from our history that represented milestone moments for the brand and embody the DNA of our house style.
"These modern interpretations of classic designs represent the iconic glamour of Jimmy Choo today."
The collection will be able to be seen in a book, Jimmy Choo XV, which will be available from February next year.
The footwear brand was recently sold to luxury goods group Labelux for $855 million, with Tamara saying she was "delighted" to be part of the business family.
She said: "I am immensely proud of all we have achieved over the last 15 years and delighted we are to be part of Labelux, a partner that I know shares our values and passion and [that] seeks ambitious growth in the luxury industry.
"This is wonderful news for the women who are, or who aspire to become, part of the Jimmy Choo lifestyle."
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