About the Brand
Giuseppe Zanotti, creator of luxury shoes founded his own Giuseppe Zanotti Design house in 1993 with the help of his wife Cinzia Casadei. Giuseppe presents his first collection of shoes in New York and thanks to his talent as a designer and his team of craftsmen, the brand will experience a tremendous success, which will continue to grow. Several shops are born in Paris, New York, London or Dubai and many fashion houses want to work with the Italian designer Roberto Cavalli and Balmain as. In 2010, the brand launched a line of accessories consisting of jewelry and handbags and since last February, Giuseppe Zanotti worked with the top Anja Rubik, the glamorous face of the brand on a collection capsule of accessories.
Giuseppe Zanotti was born in 1958 in San Mauro Pascoli in Italy. During his youth, he was not predestined for a career in fashion, but in the music with as a DJ in the 80s. But a passion for art and design, it will launch soon as a freelance stylist for small craft before launching his eponymous label in 1993. Since, Giuseppe Zanotti is a renowned stylist in the fashion world and his creations are no longer present.
Autumn/Winter 2016-17 Collection
Giuseppe Zanotti Design Spring-Summer 2016 Rebel Angels The Giuseppe Zanotti spring/summer 2016 collection embodies the California dream, Los Angeles specifically, merging a confluence of inspirations and themes into an eclectic line-up of shoes, bags and special ready-to-wear pieces. Chic afternoons on Rodeo Drive, sunset drives along the Pacific Coast Highway followed by evenings spent on the Sunset Strip are just of few of the starting points of the season, which celebrates the modern rebel in all her varied beauty. “Freedom, individuality and self-confidence are the driving forces behind the new collection,” says Giuseppe Zanotti. I wanted to design pieces for a multifaceted woman, someone who is simultaneously a rebel and an angel; edgy but also elegant. Today there are no rules or dictates, the same woman can wear embroidered suede espadrilles one day and 14 centimetre bi-colour metallic platform sandals the next.” The collection advances Giuseppe’s signature motifs in a fresh, contemporary context. Organised into two distinct and contrasting but interconnected themes - 66 Sunset and 2nd Floor, respectively.