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The Campari Shoe As Pendant – Proceeds To NYRP

Manolo Blahnik for TOUS: The Campari Shoe as Jewelry
By Jennifer Heebner, Senior Editor
Posted on March 8, 2011 in Style 360

Designed in 1994, the Campari shoe from Manolo Blahnik—made famous by Sex and the City character Carrie Bradshaw—is now available in jewelry form, thanks to a new partnership between the shoemaker and the jeweler TOUS.

The Manolo Blahnik for TOUS Campari shoe pendant necklace is available in sterling silver, vermeil, and 18k gold, with suggested retail prices starting at just $155. Moving forward, Manolo Blahnik boutiques and will also carry the piece.

TOUS announced the collaboration in January, but is just now releasing photos of the jewelry, which went on sale this month in 300 TOUS boutiques worldwide, including in Mexico and the United States.

There are three different sizes of sterling shoe pendants, priced at $155, $249, and $279.

There are three different sizes of vermeil (18k gold over sterling) shoe pendants, priced $279, $409, and $499. An 18k gold shoe pendant with a diamond accent on the strap is also available for $1,449.

Editor’s Note: New Yorkers and theatre goers may be interested to know that the small $155 silver necklace is being sold at Priscilla Queen of the Desert the Musical at the Palace Theater on Broadway. A full 100 percent of the proceeds benefits Bette Midler‘s New York Restoration Project, a nonprofit organization dedicated to reclaiming and restoring New York City parks, community gardens, and open space. Midler is one of the show’s producers, and Manolo is one of the show’s opening-night sponsors. Yet another fun tie-in: Manolo unveiled an official stiletto—a silver, patent-leather Priscilla Mary Jane—for the production; a portion of sale proceeds also benefit Midler’s charity.

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