Roger Vivier Podcast Series:
Episode 6

Exhibition curator Elizabeth Semmelhack looks at some of the innovative designs of Roger Vivier which had a dramatic and lasting influence on the evolution of the high heel.



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A pullover designed by Roger Vivier
2012, Bata Shoe Museum

The shoe put into final production, 1959
The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Choc heel covered in kingfisher eathers desinged by Roger Vivier for Christian Dior, 1959.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Tibet heel shoe designed by Roger vivier for Christian Dior, 1959.
Roger Vivier, Paris Collection

L'Officiel magazine spread featuring a number of Vivier shoes including the kingfisher feather choc heel shoe and blue velvet Tibet heel shoe, 1959.


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