Filed under Rupert Sanderson

Rupert Sanderson beaded platform pumps

Black patent leather high heel pumps with gold-toned bead details and platform. Rounded cap. Covered heel. Leather upper, in-sole, and sole. You walk on 100mm-4″ 140mm-5.5″ heel 40mm-2″ platform Designer color name: Chic Black Buy @ Mytheresa

Rupert Sanderson – Troy pump

Legendary name for these high heel almond toe patent pumps. Patent leather printed with a tortoise or lepopard  pattern for a timeless look and also availlable in  black patent leather for a minimalistic, elegant, classic look. The shoe is designed to lengthen the leg and outline the shape of the calf. Price: £385 Shop here

Rupert Sanderson Cruise 2011 Collection

Discover the new Cruise Collection – In Store Now Put a spring in your step with this waxy luggage leather platform. Young, fresh and versatile with its double buckle and white topstitching, it is the perfect style to cruise your way through winter.      

Rupert Sanderson – Muscadet

Celebrate the Holiday Season Elegant and sexy.Give cold feet the boot with a pair of sexy eel skin peep toes. Do your Christmas shopping online and enjoy free delivery until December 19th. Available in Navy Eel Skin Black Velvet And Metal Eel skin Shop now @ Rupert Sanderson

Kylie Minogue spotted in Rupert Sanderson’s Hanover

Queen of Pop, Kylie Minogue wears Rupert Sanderson’s Hanover grey suede wedge booties out and about in London, November 2010. One of Sanderson’s signature Autumn/Winter 2010 styles, Hanover epitomises his design ethos: a simple silhouette, understated and timeless – a perfect summation of ‘less is more’. Hanover in both available colourways. Retail price at £625. Please … Continue reading

Rupert Sanderson Fall/Winter 2010

In a moment of madness Rupert Sanderson decide to resign fom a disastrous career in advertising in order to become a cobbler. He graduated from Cordwainers College at East London and during the summer break of the two year course, Sanderson rode a motorbike to Italy to visit as many shoe factories, tanneries and last … Continue reading