Friday, March 2

sigerson morrison redux


Back in the '90s, every New York fashion editor knew the power of a pair of Sigerson Morrisons. The shoes managed to be distinctly feminine and downtown-edgy--until the line was acquired and the founding designers Kari Sigerson and Miranda Morrison departed in 2011. (I recall Sigerson's epic sample sales at the Nolita store and the line of models and actresses snaking out the door.) Earlier this week Sigerson Morrison relaunched under the creative supervision of former magazine editor and current Moda Operandi artistic director Taylor Tomasi Hill. You can expect an equally cool range of styles, from block heel sandals to T-strap heels (my fave), along with ethically sourced materials and a 30 percent price decrease. Shop the collection here

3 comments:

Crisanta said...

Thanks for the background Marlien, very interesting!

dnycviatnt said...

Although I will miss the original design team I like what I see. The JCP style price cut will make it more difficult to curb my enthusiasm

Erica said...

I've always loved the brand but wondered what had happened to them as of late. They always had that ability to make me sigh or gasp. Happy to see they are back..