This Storied Brand Is a New ‘It’ Shoe on a Red Carpet This Awards Season

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For many years, Jimmy Choo and Christian Louboutin have ruled a red runner shoe game. So it’s lovely to see that in a early days of 2018, A-list actresses are finally experimenting a bit more. The new ‘it’ code of a moment? French tag Roger Vivier.

In a past week alone, Reese Witherspoon, Kerry Washington and Margot Robbie have all picked Vivier for vital shoe moments during a Golden Globes and Critics’ Choice Awards. The best part? The looks we’re saying are confidant and unexpected, styles that unequivocally make a statement.

For example, final night during a Critics’ Choice Awards in Los Angeles, Witherspoon wore a brand’s Feathers whirl sandal. Feather-adorned designs are a favorite of Vivier artistic executive Bruno Frisoni, who artfully total a fabric with a house’s iconic bend for this noted shoe.

Reese Witherspoon in Vivier’s Feathers sandal.
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At a Golden Globes a few nights earlier, Kerry Washington assimilated a hundreds of actresses entrance together to support a #Timesup movement. The “Scandal” star’s Vivier zip-up filigree booties, bedazzled in crystals and pearl flowers, were a ideal element to her high-slit black Prabal Gurung gown. The boots were an irritable and radical choice — and they were also a night’s best.

Kerry Washington wears Roger Vivier filigree booties on a red carpet.

Buzzy “I, Tonya” star and Globe Best Actress leader Margot Robbie went with a some-more classical character that night — Vivier’s Sin RV Strass ankle-strap sandals. The look, in step with a stream trademark craze, facilities bullion RV initials. Robbie also chose a Roger Vivier purchase for her large night, and Jennifer Aniston, Elisabeth Moss and Greta Gerwig carried a brand’s bags down a red runner too.

Margot Robbie in Gucci and Roger Vivier boots during a 2018 Golden Globes.
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And “Big Little Lies” star Laura Dern helped a code trend again final night when she carried a Vivier clutch.

There’s no doubt a tag is carrying a vital impulse in Hollywood. Will it continue? Stay tuned.

Click by a gallery to see a open ’18 Roger Vivier collection.

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