Lavyl Fall/Winter 2012

Alexandra Lavyl is a Swedish footwear designer and the founder of LAVYL.

“I’ve always been fascinated adorn this part of the body. My tension to accentuate the beauty of female feet in a shoe is an amazing feeling. Each shoe conjuring memories of something special with aims to create shoes for heroines. When I´m designing shoes, it’s one of my biggest efforts to create something which would be interesting in design, very high-end and make women very comfortable. My pieces is a balance between attitude and seduction. I like women to be seduced by my shoes.”

The LAVYL philosophy is to combine silhouettes with original signature of the brand vision embodies a complete picture of the modernity, and elegance, yet very feminine woman. For woman with a confident sense of style.

Alexandra Lavyl has previously worked two years at Pascucci shoe manufacturer in Marche, Italy who collaborate with high-profile houses in Italy, Russia and Canada. Today Alexandra lives and works both in Sweden and Italy.

She studied footwear designer at CERCAL in San Mauro Pascoli, Italy where it has been the ground for learning to such names as Giuseppe Zanotti and Sergio Rossi. With her first hand-made shoe Alexandra has been selected by ANCI MICAM Milano, Italy for the price of one of the best italians’s creative talents “La scarpa Italiana” September 2008.

After the studies in Italy, she taught making shoes at London College of Fashion, one of the world’s leading colleges for footwear design that has been the ground for learning to such names as Jimmy Chooe and Rupert Sanderson. Her first hand-finished collection ‘The birth of the nude’ has been exhibited at the LCF gallery on Carnaby street in June 2009.

“My creations comes from my inner desire to transform my emotion into obvious places that express what I feel.”
Spring Up showroom
Via Tortona 37 Milano

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