Roger Vivier presents: The New Belle Vivier
Since it was first launched in the 1960s, the Belle Vivier continues to be one of the Maison’s most emblematic styles.
Discover the new Belle Vivier…
The buckle is the eternal symbol of the Maison Roger Vivier. The original idea for the first buckle came from the shoe of a marquis, from a time when buckles were perceived as jewelry for the feet. Monsieur Vivier modernized the rectangular shape, making it more geometric, with straight sides that represent masculinity and rounded angles that represent femininity – the perfect symbol of balance. In 1967, the iconic buckle shoes were forever immortalized on film as Catherine Deneuve wore a pair in Luis Bunuel’s “Belle de Jour,” and has since been known as the Maison’s most iconic style. Creative Director Gherardo Felloni continues the evolution of the Belle Vivier with the new Belle Vivier Mules. A contemporary take on a classic style, these easy-to-wear slip-ons feature two Roger Vivier signatures: the metal buckle and the Skyscraper heel.
The Belle Vivier Slingback Pump comes in graphic color blocks of red, yellow, black and white, giving this iconic style a unique retro vibe. Handcrafted by artisans, as with all of Roger Vivier’s footwear, these new styles make the Belle Vivier as fashionable as ever.