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Giuseppe Zanotti Design for Women

Giuseppe Zanotti hails from the Italian shoemaking town of San Mauro Pascoli and his career has seen him design shoes for luxury labels including Dior and Roberto Cavalli. His super-glam evening shoes have become red-carpet staples.

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  • Giuseppe Zanotti Design creates boundary pushing footwear for connoisseurs of flawless construction and opulent detailing. Constructed in San Mauro Pascoli and underpinned by artisan Italian cordwaining, a Giuseppe last is guaranteed to break rules in the best possible way. Black leather and suede Betty crystal ...
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  • Constructed in the legendary shoe making district of San Mauro Pascoli in Italy, Giuseppe Zanotti is famous for creating show-stopping runway shoes fit for the red carpet. Boasting traditional artisan cordwaining techniques and superior steel constructed stiletto shanks, the quality of a Giuseppe shoe a superior ...
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  • Black and silver-tone calf suede 'Cruel' sandals from Giuseppe Zanotti Design featuring an open toe, a strappy design, side buckle fastenings, a brand embossed insole, a flat heel, a silver-tone embossed leaf design to the front, glass crystal and metal embellishments and a leather lining and sole.
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  • Constructed in the traditional shoemaking district of San Mauro Pascoli in Italy, Giuseppe Zanotti is famous for creating show-stopping runway shoes fit for the red carpet. Silver-toned mirror leather New Darcey Sandals featuring an open toe, a strappy design, a buckle fastening and a high heel.
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