The company, a one time purveyor of “the-higher-the-better” philosophy re: heels, has recognized the need to adapt and is launching a nationwide makeover. Developed by David Collins Studio, the makeover includes a palette of soft hues and textures that are intended to impart the “intimacy of a fantasy closet.”
PS : The luxury company also join the likes of Christian Louboutin and Ferragamo by offering a customizable shoe. The made-to-order program begins at $750, and offers up various silhouettes, fabrications, colors and heel heights for manipulation. And personal monograms are a go. Of course.
New Store Design, Young Collection Herald Shift at Jimmy Choo Shoes [Detroit Free Press]