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The designer Pierre Hardy


Pierre Hardy started his career as scenography teacher before having the opportunity to make some sketches for magazines like Vanity Fair or Vogue. After that, he slowly started to get more involved in the fashion world and in 1987 decided to start working in the shoe making industry first by working for Christian Dior and then Hermès. The famous French luxury Fashion House soon offered him to become the creative director of its women and men shoe collections. But in 1999, Pierre Hardy decided to make a big change in his life by launching his own label and designed a first collection, quickly followed by a line of handbags. Curious and very active, the designer stills keeps on working for labels like Hermès, Balenciaga or Gap, while developing his own company.

Pierre Hardy shoes for women


Sculptural probably is the word that describes Pierre Hardy’s shoes the best. Lines are definitely modern with sometimes geometrical inspirations, strong cuts, surprising colors and many styles mixed together. You will find in these collections as many pairs of sneakers than pumps and sandals with high heels, and the label also makes flat shoes with masculine looks. Pierre Hardy mostly uses leather in his designs but will not hesitate to associate it to other materials like suede or snake skin, and also likes shiny patent leather or metallic tones. How not to love his extravagant heels with strange shapes that seem to both be coming from the past and the future?

Pierre Hardy shoes for men


The label Pierre Hardy also makes shoes for men but styles here are less extravagant than with women. You will nonetheless find very nice pair of shoes and with a great quality, particularly leather ankle boots to keep your feet warm all winter.

 
 

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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)...

Look how it compares to the pointed toe which should belong to a stiletto shoe. Observe the actual heel, a chunky square that towers four inches high. Take in the soft suede sole – a luxurious touch. And, of course, there's no missing the opposites of demure grosgrain trim next to shiny...

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...

Hot on the heels of last week's launch of Swedish Hasbeens for H&M comes the latest drop of Pierre Hardy shoes for Gap, out now. Since the shoe designer and high-street giant first collaborated in a/w 2007, their Gap Design Editions footwear has gained cult status. Only last month I was...

The Snob brothers point us at these Pierre Hardy wingtip shoes, part of their Spring/Summer 2012 collection. They call them light blue but they are more turquoise than anything. Compliment then with a variety of slacks. Yes, slacks. Restir has them. More looks in our gallery... Related...

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...

Overall: Well if you are into Pierre Hardy shoes you might want some of these just for that! I know people will wish they could mix and match because it seems each of these pairs features one pretty cool shade and then one not that interesting. Sadly you can't mix and match. I don't think...