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Jimmy Choo Unveils "Icons" Collection Of Classic Shoes In Honor Of The Brand's 15th Anniversary

June 14, 2011 by Charlotte Steinway
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Two styles from Jimmy Choo’s “Icons” line

Jimmy Choo is celebrating their 15th anniversary in a big way. In addition to launching a book, “Jimmy Choo XV,” the renowned shoe brand is also releasing a capsule collection, called “Icons,” featuring 15 archival shoe designs, such as the Feather (above, left), which Sarah Jessica Parker wore in Sex and the City, and the Fleur, which Jimmy Choo co-founder Tamara Mellon wore when she received the Order of the British Empire honor from Queen Elizabeth II last year. The Icons line will launch this fall in Jimmy Choo stores worldwide, and 10% of the sales will go to The Jimmy Choo Foundation, which benefits at-risk women.

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