Fit For A Princess: The Finished Designer Cinderella Glass Slippers

Finished Designer Cinderella Glass Slippers

In mid-February of this year I shared with you that Disney and Saks had enlisted nine shoe designers to re-imagine Cinderella’s Glass Slipper as part of promoting the new live-action movie. At that time, sketches of the shoes were shown. Now, as promised, here’s a look at the final finished nine pairs of shoes plus additional pairs by Manolo Blahnik and Christian Louboutin.

Designer Cinderella Glass Slippers

Alexandre Birman:
Alexandre-Birman-sketch and final IIHIH

Charlotte Olympia:
Charlotte-Olympia-sketch and final Disney glass shoe IIHIH
Charlotte-Olympia-Cinderella Glass Slipper

Ferragamo-sketch and final glass slipper IIHIH
Ferragamo- Cinderella shoe

Jerome Rousseau:
Jerome-Rousseau-sketch and final IIHIH

Jimmy Choo:
Jimmy-Choo-sketch and final Glass Slipper cinderella disney IIHIH

Nicholas Kirkwood:
Nicolas-Kirkwood-sketch and final IIHIH
Nicolas-Kirkwood-cinderella slipper

Paul Andrew:
Paul-Andrew-sketch and final Cinderella shoe IIHIH
Paul-Andrew-glass slipper

Rene Caovilla:
Rene-Caovilla-sketch and final shoe IIHIH
Rene-Caovilla- Cinderella shoe Disney

Stuart Weitzman:
Stuart-Weitzman-sketch and final IIHIH
Stuart-Weitzman- Cinderella shoe

And added since the original announcement are the following.

Manolo Blahnik:
Manolo Blahnik 2 IIHIH
manolo-blahnik-disney glass slipper

And Christian Louboutin (whose Cinderella Shoe for Disney was actually created back in 2012)
Louboutin- sketch and final cinderella shoe IIHIH
Louboutin Cinderella Shoes for Disney

Lily James wears the Louboutin shoes shown above to the Cinderella Premiere in Los Angeles:
Lily James

Lily James at the premiere of “Cinderella” in Los Angeles, California (Photo: Alex J. Berliner/ ABImages)

The shoes as they appeared at the Cinderella Exhibit at the Berlin Film Festival:

cinderella glass slipper designs grouped IIHIH

The shoes are available (assuming they are still in stock) for order in the following retail stores around the world, as well as in some of the designer brands’ own stores:
• United States – Saks Fifth Avenue (New York and Beverly Hills).
• London – Harrods
• Paris – Galeries Lafayette
• Milan – Excelsior Milano
• Moscow – Tsum
• Tokyo − Isetan Shinjuku
• Dubai – Level Shoe District, The Dubai Mall

See what each designer had to say about their creation at the original post here

all images courtesy of Disney, Disney Blogs and ABC news