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Inspirations Estivales Cinéma
In summer, it's never easy to stay stylish with the hot weather, both in town and at the beach.
Personally, I have always liked to draw inspiration from summer outfits from films of the sixties and seventies to create the models of shoes that I wanted to wear and share with you.
So which films inspire me? They are mostly French actually.
It's often a silhouette, a lightness, a slight "je ne sais quoi" that touches me and inspires me deeply.
The couple Bardot and Piccoli in Godard's "Le Contempt" is so iconic. It was this film that made me want to create slippers for girls, an elegant alternative to ballet flats which, in my opinion, do not hold the foot enough.
"La Collectionneuse" by Éric Rohmer from 1968 inspired me with the Andy unisex model summer boots in ultra-soft leather to wear even without socks.
It was the film "Plein Soleil" with Delon who wears moccasins wonderfully, which led me to create the Lianni and Georges models in ultra-soft leather, to always be worn without socks, like a second skin.
Other more recent films are also very inspiring, "L'effrontée" whose insolence by Charlotte Gainsbourg cannot be forgotten or "L'été assassinateur" where we find the duo Isabelle Adjani and Alain Souchon.
All these films are for me an inexhaustible source of ideas and energy.
But in the end, what could be better than imitating hinny in "And God Created Woman" and dancing barefoot throughout our summer nights, which I wishes you sweet and full of magic.