The Giaveno. A pull on, laceless and always chic, our latest oxford has a long narrow toe box and perforated leather detailing


A pull on, laceless and always chic, our latest oxford has a long narrow toe box and perforated leather detailing. Shop the Giaveno


We love the relaxed sophistication of the Rose slide. Flat and functional and always beautiful. Shop the Rose


Add a touch of edginess to any outfit. This pretty bootie has endless styling possibilities for every season of the year. Shop the Laurino


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Alberto Fermani sandals

Kick Back Casual

It’s officially sandal time. From a quick stroll to the ice cream truck to a walk on the beach, the weather permits us all to slip into something more comfortable. With our new S/S 2015 Collection, comfort isn’t sacrificed for style. Here’s a sample of our favorite sandals to display your new pedicure.


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The 2015 Cannes Film Festival is upon us, which means the small French town will be filled to the brim with starlets, rockstars and star-gazers alike. From the sidewalks to the red carpet, you’re going to want to let your shoes speak volumes in this glamorous environment. Our editors pick their looks and the Alberto Fermani footwear to accompany them.

Alberto Fermani shoes and style for Cannes Film Festival

By Day: The French are known for elegance, and in Cannes, you can’t escape the Riviera style. Fringe elements, ocean blues and a solid strappy heeled sandal like our Bellarina makes the perfect combination to enjoy the beach in the morning and shop all afternoon.


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Celebrity stylist and fashion expert Jennifer Rade reveals her obsession with our ultra-stylish ankle boots in the Pret-A-Reporter. She knows just how to wear them and, if she tells you something is worth it, then you’d better believe it.

What pair of shoes were your first splurge?

I have a few pairs over the years that I have splurged on. I have to really, really love something to buy it. There’s my Alberto Fermani low moto boots, I’m obsessed. I can wear them with tights and a skirt or boyfriend jeans rolled down.

If you need more style inspiration for wearing our ankle boots, follow us on Facebook and stay tuned for more shoe stylings for everyday and those special days too.

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In celebrating all things Polynésie française this season, our editors travel with these must-haves when venturing to the South Pacific for sun, relaxation and (always) in style.

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Pack up and pack light for all of the tropical relaxation ahead. We pick our European classic Noli sandals in Tan for the sand and our clean, but modern, Velina in Cobble grey for roaming the pathways of Tahiti. Don’t forget the towel and sunscreen, just in case you decide to settle down for a moment. …more

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Organizing shoes can be tricky, especially when there isn’t enough room to store them all! Clear boxes work wonderfully because they are affordable, clean, and easy to store (under your bed or in your closet). Plus the shoes are visible, so finding the pair you want to wear is super easy. If you want to keep your shoe boxes out in the open, you may want some that are visually appealing. So, try this, this, or this.

Now that we’ve gotten all the practical talk out of the way, we want to take a moment to swoon. We dream of color coded shoes sitting pretty on shelves and boots hung with boot hangers. Yes, you read that correctly – boot hangers! Of all the dream closets in the world, here are a few of our favorites.

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This then and now photo series was created by the talented Italian photographer, Giuseppe Savini. The photos were taken in Bologna, Italy, and we love everything about them! His attention to detail is impeccable and we really appreciate all the time and effort he put into this wonderful photo project. So inspiring.
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Images via Miss Moss

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