Jimmy Choo Releases 15 Shoe "Icons," Including the Ones Carrie Lost on Sex and the City

Jimmy Choo, which is celebrating its fifteenth anniversary this year, just announced that they are releasing Icons, a capsule collection of 15 shoe styles yanked from the company’s archives. Some will be re-released in their original glory, but some will be updated a bit. The shoes include the Feather, which Carrie Bradshaw lost on the Staten Island Ferry in season three of Sex and the City (effectively making Jimmy Choo a household name) and the Macy (a classic neutral party sandal). They’ll be available only at Jimmy Choo shops, and will cost $850 to $3,785. If you’re feeling guilty about spending that much money, don’t.
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Jimmy Choo, which is celebrating its fifteenth anniversary this year, just announced that they are releasing Icons, a capsule collection of 15 shoe styles yanked from the company’s archives. Some will be re-released in their original glory, but some will be updated a bit. The shoes include the Feather, which Carrie Bradshaw lost on the Staten Island Ferry in season three of Sex and the City (effectively making Jimmy Choo a household name) and the Macy (a classic neutral party sandal). They’ll be available only at Jimmy Choo shops, and will cost $850 to $3,785. If you’re feeling guilty about spending that much money, don’t.
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Jimmy Choo, which is celebrating its 15th anniversary this year, just announced that they are releasing Icons, a capsule collection of 15 shoe styles yanked from the company’s archives. Some will be re-released in their original glory, but some will be updated a bit.

The shoes include the Feather, which Carrie Bradshaw lost on the Staten Island Ferry in season three of Sex and the City (effectively making Jimmy Choo a household name) and the Macy (a classic neutral party sandal). They’ll be available only at Jimmy Choo shops, and will cost $850 to $3,785.

If you’re feeling guilty about spending that much money, don’t. The company is donating 10% of net sales to the new Jimmy Choo Foundation which will raise money for women’s charities. Tamara Mellon told WWD, “I want to tackle tough issues such as sexism, unequal pay, domestic violence and the sex slave trade.”

Still can't justify spending the money but want to bring Jimmy Choo into your home? One hundred percent of the profits of a new coffee table book titled Jimmy Choo XV will also go towards the foundation. You can pick one up at Jimmy Choo stores in November, and at bookstores internationally in February.