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Breaking Ground: The New Shoes on the Block

Thanks to the designers behind them, the latest and greatest in springtime shoes are surefire instant classics

While classic labels like Manolo Blahnik and Salvatore Ferragamo have made comeback strides throughout the last year, the current footwear favorites are the newest to the market. From Delpozo‘s artful, architectural heels to Lucchese’s textured pumps and SJP’s playful sandals, these are spring 2014’s frontrunners to know.




This Madrid-based label has made a quick and impressive ascent since relaunching a year ago—they opened their first stand-alone store in Miami this January, and their first shoe collection out this spring is a perfect accent to the fun and flirty clothing. Available at Delpozo, Miami, 305-573-1009, delpozo.com


Francesco Russo

Formerly at the helm of Sergio Rossi, and recently tapped to design shoes for Christian Dior, Francesco Russo is something of a footwear prodigy. His namesake luxury line launched this spring in conjunction with a Paris boutique, but you can snag them at Bergdorf Goodman. bergdorfgoodman.com



The 130-year-old cowboy boot company that was started by Italian immigrants is getting back to its founders’ roots with a collection of luxury handmade shoes. lucchese.com



A shoe collection from Sarah Jessica Parker was bound to happen, but that it’s at an affordable price is quite a surprise. The range of classic styles reflect Parker’s sensible taste rather than the flamboyant preferences of her Sex and the City character—though there is a “Carrie” style T-strap pump, which is sure to be a big seller. nordstrom.com 



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