Pierre Hardy's first Gap collection debuted a few years ago. The brown sandal on the right was everywhere that summer—at least in New York. They cost about $90, which isn't inexpensive for sandals, but is for Pierre Hardy. Anyone aged 13 to 60 could wear them, which means they also sold out...

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)...

After suggesting the latest Pierre Hardy for Gap shoes would look good with this season's sheer pleated midi skirts, such as my Whistles Carrie skirt, I had to team the two up. Don't they work well together? I love the sugar-almond colours and ladylike elegant. Plus, I like the contradictions...

→ Buy the Pierre Hardy for Gap Design Editions Mary Janes, $96.99 (was $125), at gap.com.

Gap released their newest line of Pierre Hardy shoes. Think colorblock and just the right amount of formal. Who ever though Chinese takeout bags would become the new 'It' bag? Jil Sander did. If you're celebrating cinco de mayo this weekend, jump on the Mexican embroidery...

, 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...

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...

From Dior and Hermès to Balenciaga to Gap. Apparently, Pierre Hardy can do anything. Pierre Hardy The name "Pierre Hardy" may not be as well known as Manolo or Louboutin, yet Hardy has been an important force in footwear fashion for decades. He was educated in fine arts and also studied...

Thanks for stopping by! The Gucci Huston Mary Jane Plaform Suede Pumps are a fusion of the classic Mary Jane silhouette with a 1970s take, significant both to modern elegance and the disco fashion. The soaring heel draws attention as it contradicts with the mellowness and sweetness of a...

 

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