For the ladies, the STYLE OF THE SEASON is our light bow ballet flat. This season it comes on time for the first rays of sunshine in fashionable candy colours and in the trend combination black and white. Our way of helping brighten up your leisure time.
Read it all here: http://www.navyboot.com/navyboot-presents-the-second-style-of-the-season/
After an intensive period of development work with an Italian manufacturer, NAVYBOOT has now included a range of hand-painted shoes in its collection. A matchless depth of colour and lavish design are the key features of these shoes, which are produced near Florence. Each hand-painted shoe represents a unique piece of intricate craftsmanship.
In contrast to a classic leather shoe, the upper and sole of the hand-painted shoe are tanned naturally and constructed without being coloured. Only then is the finished but still colourless shoe painted by hand.
The following pictures show the care and passion that goes into every single hand-painted shoe.
ANNABELLE THANKS ITS READERS, WITH THE HELP OF NAVYBOOT
A shoe that has grown to be a trusty companion through the years. NAVYBOOT has created a special loafer to celebrate the 75th anniversary of Annabelle. Annabelle’s editor-in-chief Lisa Feldmann and fashion editor Daniella Gurtner were involved in the design. The loafer, a unisex classic that has survived many fashion trends in its time, is a low, slip-on shoe with a small heel, which first came to prominence when it was worn by American university students in the 1930s. Naturally, NAVYBOOT also has the loafer in its range, and in the next two weeks it will be stocking a limited-edition loafer which has been developed specially for Annabelle in navy-blue calf leather with an Annabelle-pink inner sole.
The limited-edition loafer (sizes 36–41, 249 CHF) is available from the 15th of March onwards in the following NAVYBOOT stores:
The first green shoots sprout in spring, flowers add a splash of colour to the fields and birds come to life – quite literally in the NAVYBOOT photo studio.
These images tell us that spring is not far away. NAVYBOOT provides an exclusive glimpse behind the scenes of the current spring/summer 2013 campaign and gets us in the mood for warm temperatures. The spotlight is on the beautiful parrot that is simply bursting with energy. Just what we need to banish any wintertime lethargy.
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NAVYBOOT was founded in 1991 by Bruno Bencivenga – but the history of the brand goes back well beyond that. The name NAVYBOOT refers to the boots of the US Navy. The basic idea: A last that suits virtually all foot shapes in an optimal, time-tested form manufactured in superior, reliable quality. This was the defining influence that gave birth to the NAVYBOOT brand and its first product – a “Swiss Made” shoe.
Things moved ahead quickly from there. In 1992, the shoe collection was extended, and from 1993 the product range was broadened in collaboration with licensing partners. The first women’s shoe collection was launched in 1996.
The company began to verticalize in 2001, opening the first NAVYBOOT store in Zurich. The expansion continued in 2002 with the opening of further independent boutiques.
The acquisition of NAVYBOOT by the GAYDOUL GROUP, under the leadership of Swiss entrepreneur Philippe Gaydoul, marked a new chapter in the history of the NAVYBOOT brand, which is being actively developed to become a leading international premium brand for shoes and accessories.
As of summer 2011, NAVYBOOT stores number 46 in Switzerland: 4 flagship stores, 32 shops and 10 outlets, as well as over 10 shops and 2 outlets in Germany.