The name Jimmy Choo has now become synonymous with shoes. Malaysian-born shoemaker Jimmy Choo and Vogue accessories editor Tamara Mellon founded the high-end fashion house in 1996. The brand produces shoes, bags, eyewear, accessories, and perfumes. Quickly after its launch, Jimmy Choos became the choice shoe for Diana, Princess of Wales. The brand’s celebrity clientele has expanded to include the likes of Meryl Streep, Beyoncé, Kate Middleton, and Michelle Obama. It seems that no red carpet is complete without a pair of Jimmy Choos. The brand gained fame in popular culture after being mentioned in a season three episode of Sex and the City, where Carrie lost a Jimmy Choo pump in a Cinderella-like manner.
Jimmy Choo makes multiple types of shoes, including sneakers, flats, sandals, boots, wedges, and pumps. The pump is a classic, versatile shoe perfect for office wear or a night out. One popular design of Jimmy Choo pump is the Abel suede nude pump with a 4-inch heel. The nude pump is a wardrobe staple, and a Jimmy Choo pump is a worthwhile investment with their quality craftsmanship. For a more glamorous update to the Abel pumps, the Romy 100 glitter, degrade point-toe pumps sparkle with an ombré fade and are available in three different colors: black pink, dark celeste, and silver. For a timeless, sleek look, the popular Anouk patent, pointy-toe pumps are ideal for complimenting a clean, simple outfit. The Anouk pump is leather lined and available in black, nude, and red.
The Jimmy Choo brand continues to expand with stores in many cities around the world, such as London, Beverly Hills, New York City, and Hong Kong. The brand has been awarded multiple honors, including the British Fashion Council Awards Designer Brand, Nordstrom’s Partner in Excellence, and the Accessories Council Brand of the Year.