Aren't they simply candy-coated dee-lish? No newbie to fashion, red carpets, shoes and luxury brands, Pierre Hardy started his career as an Illustrator for Vanity Fair Italy and Vougue Hommes International. He then moved on to desining the shoe collections for Christian Dior (1987 – 1990)...

These chic little pumps are technically from the Fall 2011 collection -- gotta love the strange fashion world calendar when it means that you can score stuff that technically isn't even in season yet on sale. Pair these shoes with capri-length trousers to show off their style, or team with...

A little preview of Pierre Hardy upcoming collection.These shoes are to die for,i like the super high colorful wedges and the architectural shoes from the first pic,the fluo heels and the playful color combinations. Un piccolo preview della collezione estiva di Pierre Hardy.Inutile dire che...

, December 10, 2010 Pierre Hardy NYC Shop Pierre Hardy opened his first stateside boutique located right here in NYC on Jane Street. In honor of the new store, Hardy created a sexy platform sandal dubbed the "Skyline Shoe" sculpted out of mirrored metal to resemble our NYC skyscrapers. You...

A Store Is Born: Pierre Hardy by Franklin Melendez At last, shoe designer Pierre Hardy is treading triumphantly on the cobblestones of New York with his first U.S. standalone store in the heart of the West Village (30 Jane Street). Architecturally minded, he envisioned the boutique unfolds as...

Fashion PR: Pierre Hardy Since youth, Parisian-born Pierre Hardy had a love for all creative outlets. Trained as a professional dancer, Hardy's interests quickly expanded to include both fashion illustration and design. After his illustrations were published in Vanity Fair Italy and Vogue...

Remember the Pierre Hardy for Gap wedges I blogged about in October? (Click here and here to see my blog posts.) Well, they're now in the sale! Reduced from £89.99 to £49.99. I couldn't resist getting a second pair, this time in khaki. Generally, I find shoe shopping tricksy. You see, heels...

Pierre Hardy for Balenciaga fall 2008 The Sneaker Hardy launched his own line of shoes in 1999. He added men's shoes in 2002, which inevitably led him to consider sneakers. Today sneakers are also present in his women's line, including the impressive "speed stiletto": "Running

If I were to compare Pierre Hardy's shoe artistry to that of an architect, I would say his vision most closely aligns with Frank Gehry's works of art. Both incorporate clean lines and linear spacing in their designs but are able to come up with complex and original interpretations on such...

Thank you, Pierre Hardy! Nay Texture: We mentioned earlier that they would be just as welcome with a spring outfit as they would in the autumn with a pair of skinny trousers, but the calf hair and suede means you can't actually wear them on a really hot day such as today. Think of all the...

 

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