Mr. Roger Vivier started his luxury accessory Maison in 1963. His craftsmanship and style embodied chic French fashion and he soon become well known as a shoe designer in Paris. Roger Vivier is known for their timeless classics shoes and he is known to have created several new iconic heel shapes particularly the comma heel and the stiletto. He also created the signature silver buckle pump for French actress Catherine Deneuve in the film “Belle De Jour”. Following the success of this film, over 120,000 pairs of this shoe were sold and it became one of fashion’s most copied shoe.
Roger Vivier died in 1998, and in 2000 Diego Della Valle acquired the Vivier name and brought in famed shoe designer, Bruno Frisoni who has successfully inherited the brand’s classic aesthetics while adding unexpected touches to signature Vivier designs. Today, the house of Vivier is not only known for its exquisite shoes, but it is also becoming famous for its bags having launched a few iconic bags over the year like the Metro and Prismick bags who have many reinterpretation each seasons.