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Anne Klein Women's Spike Platform Slide
Anne Klein Women's Spike Platform Slide
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Women's Spike Platform Slide

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Fudge Nappa
Size 7 B(M) US
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Go a little punky with Spike. This fashionable slide is set off by nail head studs and a linen covered wedge that adds texture to the design. Edge gives way to sexiness with a cutout in the upper to show off just enough of your summer pedicure and 3-3/4-inch heels that accentuate toned calves. Pair this casual shoe with everything from this season’s flared jeans to a sundress, but it would go especially well with a short denim pencil skirt. About Anne Klein

Anne KleinFor more than thirty years, Anne Klein has been synonymous with American Style, creating clothes that are immediately recognizable for their sophistication, wearability and, most of all, their relevance to women's lives. Anne Klein defined the way American sportswear is worn and sold today. In 1968, she launched Anne Klein & Company with the specific goal of designing and marketing sportswear as coordinated separates. With its mix and match wardrobe of constructed jackets, pants and related pieces, Anne Klein's innovative strategy made her company an industry leader overnight. The company continued to achieve impressive growth and prestigious honors: Anne Klein was presented with two Coty awards and named to the Coty Hall of Fame. She was among the five designers chosen for the now famous Franco-American presentation at Versailles in 1973. At the height of her success, Anne Klein died unexpectedly in early 1974. A succession of designers have created clothing under the Anne Klein label, including Donna Karan, who began her career under Anne's wing, and Michael Smaldone.