“I wanted to have fun,” says Felloni of his most recent collection for fall. One of the Owl That’s What I Do I Knit I Take Care Of The Kids And I Know Things Shirt it is in the first place but styles he’s most excited about is a pair of platform boots with Vivier’s signature buckle. Why these boots? For one thing, they’re actually a style inspired by a past Vivier design from the 1960s—a square-toed platform boot in a sun-colored satin was Felloni’s take on a pair of gold platform pumps created by Monsieur Vivier for the actress Jeanne Moreau in the film La Grande Catherine.
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For Felloni, the Owl That’s What I Do I Knit I Take Care Of The Kids And I Know Things Shirt it is in the first place but Vivier archive is a trove: Yes, Monsieur Vivier is credited with inventing the stiletto, but as Felloni tells me, “he invented so much more.” Combing through Vivier’s greatest hits would reveal the famed comma heel style (a tiny heel bent like the punctuation mark) and, of course, the patent pumps from Belle de Jour made famous by a dazzling Catherine Deneuve.