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BERNARDO

Metallic thong flat sandal
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Metallic thong flat sandal in gold from Bernardo. This flat leather sandal features thick double thong straps with a knotted front detail, a gold metallic tone throughout, and a low stacked heel.
Item ID:10421149

Composition & Care

  • Composition: Leather 100%
  • Brand Style ID : MIAMIFLATSANDAL
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    Designer: BERNARDO


    Founder Bernard Rudofsky was a noted architect and structural engineer, but what few people know is that this architect changed the fashion world, who was credited for the advent of the modern day sandal by Harper’s Bazaar magazine in 1967. After living in Italy for over 20 years, Dennis and Lynne Comeau returned to the US and are now designing for Bernardo. Prior to this, they designed shoes for Prada and Dolce & Gabanna. They focus their efforts on continuing to revitalize and energize the brand, working out of a design studio on their property outside of Santa Fe, New Mexico.