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Few brands can boast such prolific beginnings as Nodaleto. Unveiled in February 2019, just in time for Autumn/Winter 2019 Fashion Week, the shoe label caught the eye of the most avid fashion lovers. Why? It's unique and regressive aesthetic, tinged with nineties minimalism and seventies retro style. Led by former journalist Julia Toledano (whose name, when read backwards, creates Nodaleto) in charge of design, and Olivier Leone, responsible for visual identity, the brand enjoyed a remarkable entry into the world of women's footwear. The secret to success? An extraordinary heel, with a clever, architectural design offering both style and comfort. The colour code? Vibrant tangerine, a tribute to the founder's Moroccan roots. The star of the show? The Babies, a shoe for sharp young women. The duo revamped a classic Mary-Jane by putting a spin on the heel design and playing with proportions to create the latest rebel-cool classic.
First and foremost, Nodaleto is a philosophy. Julia Toledano's aspiration is to create feminine and chic shoes, which are never too prim, to wear from day to night and night to morning without the slightest hint of discomfort. These versatile shoes also adapt to everyone's wardrobe, be it sophisticated or on the more extravagant side. Above all, this is a journey back in time, stretching from seventies boots inspired by those worn by Pan Am Airways' stewardesses and nineties pop icons. Among them are the Geller mules, a tribute to Monica from Friends, the Banks, a reference to Hilary in The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, and Jones sling-backs, dedicated to Samantha in Sex and the City. Put simply, a clever and feminine combination of the latest trends. > View more