Stuart Weitzman is known for his unique, million-dollar shoes. He is well-known for providing it to nominees in the annual Academy Awards where the fashion in the red carpet is criticized by almost every North American fashion media to the very last detail. There was a bit of controversy in 2007, when the woman that Weitzman chose declined to wear the shoes. The company makes use of unique materials not often used by other shoemakers. These include such materials as cork, vinyl, Lucite, wallpaper and 24-karat gold.
From New York to Milan to Paris to Beijing, the Stuart Weitzman shoes have truly made an international presence and steadily grew its customer base. Now the company is engaging in a new phase of growth with the opening of signature retail stores in selected cities across the world, so that women can experience a wider range of styles and more personalized service at key destinations.
Did you know? A Stuart Weitzman shoe, as well as a Stuart Weitzman handbag, is equal parts spectacle and sculpture. It is a playing field for some of the most exotic and unexpected materials, in constrictions that routinely push the boundaries of traditional footwear. Stuart Weitzman heels are the biggest surprise, being made from pillars of chrome, stainless steel, acrylic, and bamboo; carved cork and layered woods.