Feminism is on the front page as a value to embrace, and the Jimmy Choo brand is well placed to show off its feminine, independent DNA. This Spring, creative director Sandra Choi takes her inspiration from the work of Constantin Brancusi alongside the draped looks of eighties Parisian couture. Boots can be minimalist or else they come with tiny precious details that make all the difference. Sneakers come with thick soles and sandals go down the retro route. Choi really just wants to dress all women, to suit their moods and their needs, and to support their independence. A collection that covers all bases.
Jimmy Choo's niece, Sandra Choi has served as artistic director since 1996.The English woman who grew up in Hong Kong, moved to London to complete her studies while her uncle was already a renowned artisan couture in London, and began working with him in parallel to studying at the renowned Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design. After the departure of Jimmy Choo in 2001, Sandra Choi continues to run the house and in both a glamorous and feminine fashion.
Jimmy Choo opened its first boutique in London in 1986 and in 1988 Vogue magazine used his shoes in their publications. Success came quickly and in the 90s the house was already selling to international stars and famous personalities such as Princess Diana. The brand rapidly established itself at an international level, in the most beautiful towns and streets of the world.