Designer high heels differ from regular high heels in much more than price. The ones that are truly exceptional mirror the identity of their creator. This is definitely the case with the luxury designer shoes and accessories brand of Sara Navarro. The designer’s independent spirit, romantic sensibility, and zest for life are clearly reflected in her shoes.
Her collection of designer high heels and bags is called “Haute Chaussure pour Sybarites“. This is French for “High Shoe Couture for Sybarites“. Sybarites, if you are wondering, are people who are very fond of sensuous luxury.
Sara Navarro seduces with her signature cherry color, gorgeous leather, and a lot of love for her craft. The designs are inspired by iconic film beauties like Ava Gardner, Brigitte Bardot, Audrey Hepburn, and modern style mavens like Cate Blanchett and Emma Stone.
It’s not all for show, however. Sara Navarro uses her shoe making mastery and artistic taste to create a special connection between the shoes and the women who wear them. Her swanky heels are made from first-rate materials and are a dream to touch. They also have another sensuous quality: scent.
Soft, pleasant, and lasting, the cherry scent is used for “Emblematics“, “Evening“, and “Season” collections. Delicate and fresh orange blossom is reserved for the bridal line.
These stiletto sandals look like something out of the “One Thousand and One Nights“. I am particularly smitten with the “Emma” sandal. When at rest, the gold tone crystal-studded streamers fall straight down like an exquisite veil. Only imagine the brilliant sparkles whirring around the ankle when the sandal is in motion!
There are no two ways about it – to have on a pair of Sara Navarro designer high heels would really be something. They are extremely queenly. By the way, His Majesty the King‘s approval is guaranteed:)
And to top it all off, one last creation that takes the prize:
This glorious creation by Sara Navarro is named “Catherine“. Very to the point, as it makes me think of Catherine the Great of Russia, an empress famous for her extraordinary collection of art, gems and other luxury items. I also believe that I’ve got the perfect dress for the “Catherine” sandals (some slight alterations may be required:)
The designer atelier is located at 83 c/ Goya, unit 6º (on the left) in Madrid‘s posh Salamanca district (see Salamanca shopping guide here). The price tag is high, but on par with other luxury designers. Noblesse oblige.