Hit­ting re­fresh at Roger Vivier is not an easy task, but as Amy Yasmine dis­cov­ers, Bruno Frisoni takes it all in stride.

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For more than 53 years, Roger Vivier has been syn­ony­mous with the most glit­ter­ing per­son­al­i­ties in the world. From Cather­ine Deneuve to Queen El­iz­a­beth II, the famed shoe­maker has adorned many soles. But to­day, un­der the helm of French de­signer Bruno Frisoni, the lux­ury shoe­maker has found a new beat to groove to—and its get­ting all the cool kids on the block prais­ing. Hav­ing just opened its first store in Pav­il­ion KL last Jan­uary, there was a cer­tain hype that took over the fash­ion scene— most of all, for its lat­est col­lec­tion. With its strik­ing colours and cheeky prints, Roger Vivier’s Spring/Sum­mer ’16 up­date is per­haps one of the most play­ful cre­ations of the sea­son. Take for ex­am­ple its iconic Belle Vivier pumps, re­mod­ernised with a hint of youth­ful ex­u­ber­ance—a quirky lip­stick print here, and a bold graf­fiti de­sign there. Fa­mil­iar Mary Quan­tesque flo­rals also dom­i­nated the col­lec­tion—a nod to the ’70s bour­geois spirit by which the col­lec­tion was largely in­spired. “It was the most im­por­tant decade for Vivier,” says Frisoni, the mai­son’s cre­ative di­rec­tor since 2002. “It was a time when women were never too dra­matic, but with

Metal­lic ac­cents and dar­ing tones up­date Roger Vivier’s her­itage codes

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