Sarah Jessica Parker says she looked to these two French shoe designers for some influence: Charles Jourdan, the first shoe designer to advertise in magazines back in 1930, and Maud Frizon, a model-turned-designer who became known for her cone-shaped heels beginning in 1970.
According to“I’ve known about these two designers since I first moved to New York in the late ‘70s. And it’s not specific design elements that drew me to them, but rather how each designer stuck to an idea—a DNA—and had a clearly defined story,” she says. “There is a consistency to both brands that is remarkable and stands on its own. The color combinations and just the femininity of these shoes are exciting to me.”
Below is one of the shoes she came out with....it's verrrrrry similar to the Manolo Blahnik Mary Janes Carrie Bradshaw holds in the Vogue closet.
I think my favorite part of this line is that it's not just shoes! She has a few bags and coats as well that I adore, so don't forget to check those out, too.