Balenciaga’s coveted Knife bootie is updated for AW18 with a rounded point toe silhouette rendered in a black stretch knit. They’re crafted in Italy and set on a covered stiletto heel with a ribbed cuff for a secure fit. Emulate the house’s runway show by styling them as part of a layered ensemble during the winter months. Product number: COLOUR: Black COMPOSITION: Textile. COUNTRY OF ORIGIN: Italy Stretch knit upper Black leather insole Black logo-debossed rubber sole
Stiletto Heel Pointed Sock Booties In Black
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VELVET KNIFE ANKLE BOOTS
Give your everyday wardrobe a graphic note with these Knife ankle boots from Balenciaga. The fashion house revisits one of its emblematic pairs of shoes, marshaling all the craftsmanship and originality that defines the label. The combination of a pointed toe and stiletto heel helps hone their sophisticated lines. These fitted shoes are perfect for lengthening the leg. Pair them with a flowing asymmetric black dress.
synthetic jersey, no appliqués, solid color, narrow toeline, spike heel, leather lining, leather sole, contains non-textile parts of animal origin, small sized
jersey, no appliqués, solid color, narrow toeline, spike heel, covered heel, leather lining, leather sole, contains non-textile parts of animal origin, small sized
The House Of Balenciaga A fashion house founded by Cristóbal Balenciaga in 1918, this Spanish born designer was known for his unmatchable eye to detail in the art of couture making. His pieces showed uncompromising standards which led the designer Christian Dior to refer to Balenciaga as the "the master of us all". Trademarks of Balenciaga's where evident as he progressed. Odd, feminine, yet undoubtedly modern shapes where some of the many. Balenciaga was also known for starting his shows with a Little Black dress in the season's cut, but put to work his architecturally driven mind to derive an ultra modern form of what was once a traditional LBD, into a highly sought after "IT" piece.