Francesco Russo,former designer at Sergio Rossi, launched his own shoe line

Francesco Russo,the 39-year-old former designer at Sergio Rossi and the creator of Yves Saint Laurent’s signature Tribute shoe,presented last week his own collection during Paris Fashion Week.

While working for Stefano Pilati at Yves Saint Laurent ,he created the famous shoe which is reproduce year after year in new colors and materials.

Yves Saint Laurent's signature Tribute shoe by Francesco Russo

Yves Saint Laurent’s signature Tribute shoe by Francesco Russo

“I want to do beautiful shoes, above the sense of time, above the sense of fashion,” Russo told Style.com. “It’s like Manolo. Manolo did the stiletto from the eighties until today. There was the time of the platform, he didn’t do platforms. He just did whatever he feels. I try to have that luxury. And the fact that I have my own name now, I can have that luxury.”

His new collection will include stiletto-heel pumps, laced boots and sandals that artfully combine timeless style with high-fashion details such as a fan of leather rising from the back. The prices will range from €430 to €4,000 (about $580 to $5,400).

If in the past he was designing even 700 pair of shoes for the brands he was working now it will be just 25 pairs.

“When you’re working for someone, you just focus on the collection,” he says. Now having his own business he has to make all the decision by himself being involved in every process.”You start to really appreciate any little success you have because every success is such a struggle,” he says.

 

Francesco Russo spring/summer 2014

Francesco Russo spring/summer 2014

 

Francesco Russo spring/summer 2014

Francesco Russo spring/summer 2014

 

Francesco Russo spring/summer 2014

Francesco Russo spring/summer 2014 Francesco Russo spring/summer 2014

Francesco Russo spring/summer 2014

Francesco Russo spring/summer 2014

Francesco Russo spring/summer 2014

Francesco Russo spring/summer 2014

 

 

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4 comments

  1. matthewexeter

    who does fair trade high fasion? I only have one reason why I even slightly care about this. I like a particular incense that I would wear to increase my focus on reality, although it is reported to be made in poor conditions or at least has secretive or evasive information. Although not everyone could boycott as the people in the chinese factories would in the end have nothing at all to eat, as not enough people care about difficult working conditions. Obviously Many of the chinese have limited access to media so they are not going to step up and revolt all of a sudden. And if you go back 150 years in the uk there were simmilar things in mines and factories, will this all just work itself out, or maybe when the chinese wake up, the North Korea will be raided and be the next line of cheap and desolate workers.

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