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샤넬 투톤 슈즈 50주년 기념/Chanel Two-Tone Shoe 50th Anniversary kristy & fashion


The house of Chanel is a veritable treasure trove of iconic emblems—from camellias to quilting—but nothing sums up the past, present, and future appeal of the luxury label quite like the iconic two-tone ballet flat. When the shoe was launched in 1957, the round-toe, elastic-sided creation—with its assumption that women had places to go outside the home and deserved a chic yet comfortable option for doing so—represented as much of a liberation from the norm as Mademoiselle Chanel’s corset-busting silhouettes. Half a century hence (and still under the helm of legendary shoe maestro Raymond Massoro of Paris’ Massoro Atelier), each hand-made pair still carries with it a frisson of that initial rule-flaunting as well as an imprimatur of impeccable elegance, making it irresistible to women of all stripes, from teen celebrities (Mischa Barton, to timeless style icons such as Catherine Deneuve. 

The first Chanel two-tone shoe launched in 1957

Romy Schneider at Orly Airport in 1962

Catherine Deneuve dancing at the Club Saint Hilaire in 1962.

Gina Lollobrigida surrounded with models wearing suits
and two-tone shoes at the fall haute couture show in 1964.

A model at the fall haute couture show  in 1986.

At the spring ready-to-wear show in 1995

 A look from the spring 2007 ready-to-wear runway

Chanel two-tone boChanel boutiquesot, at select

Chanel two-tone ballet flat, at select Chanel boutiques

Chanel two-tone pump, at select Chanel boutiques



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