It’s Back: The Shoe ‘Sex and a City’ Made Famous

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THOUGH BUCKLES began to reinstate ties on boots in a mid-17th century, a quite elaborate bend is a newer breed. In 1967, it played a pivotal ancillary purpose on a Roger Vivier siphon that Catherine Deneuve slipped on in a erotic Luis Buñuel film “Belle de Jour.” That attractive shoe—reworked as a “Très Vivier” with an even bigger buckle, chunkier heel and a some-more gentle footbed—returns this fall. As a French brand’s new artistic director, Gherardo Felloni, explained, “It’s unequivocally singular that we can have [a design] live for 50 years…That’s because this bend is beautiful.”

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