With the festive season approaching, the desire to wear stilettos makes a strong comeback among trendsetters. If “soaring” is the imperative at the end of the year, high heels continue to dominate the wish lists!
Trendsetters are the ones designed by Daniele Giovani Design for his Clair de Nuit winter collection, a refined interpretation of women’s footwear by the eclectic Milanese shoe desIgner who has a clear idea of what to recommend for the most glamorous moments!
“The holidays are the right time to take care of your outfit, starting with the It Shoes that make you feel over the top! It’s time to dare…’.
The theme of light has always fascinated Daniele Giovani, to the point of becoming a kind of fil rouge of each of his shoe collections.
The Glamorous Shoes are part of the luxury collection Clair de Nuit Daniele Giovani Design, in which silver, a pure colour, survives the dark thanks to its powerful luminosity.
In the cold season, the light becomes naturally white, silvery and extremely attractive, says the designer. Whether black patent leather or nappa leather pumps silver with a precious ankle strap or rhodium-plated silver, or a bootie in silver or black leather.
There is no lack of stylish boots with a metal toe cap. “My Clair de Nuit collection for winter and the holidays is my dedication to the woman who loves to wear precious accessories, who believes in herself, who knows how to dictate trends,” says the designer.
“Being with my multi-brand creative atelier in Corso Genova, one of Milan’s fashion streets, means encountering a world, experiencing an expression of Made in Italy, grasping every single stimulus that my city offers.
For Christmas, the scenario is full of a thousand and one charms, and I feel I am in the ideal city for my work. Milan is art, culture, elegance, fashion,’ Daniele Giovani is keen to stress.
And if you ask him what shoes are for women, he replies: ‘For Marylin Monroe they were better than a friend. For many women just a passion. For most a true obsession.
C.St.: Daniele Giovani Design Press Office Manuela Caminada