Because dreams are where all desires begin, Creative Director Bruno Frisoni has created a collection that is rich in ornaments and materials. Exceptional and luxurious craftsmanship is deployed to develop the flower theme.
This collection presents all the faces of a sexy, very Parisian woman, where opposites attract: straight line or curve, dynamic or sensual, graphic or floral.
"Nothing unrealistic, just a few hints of amazing luxury," confides Mr Frisoni.
An exclusive print inspired by Klimt's landscapes is used on sophisticated pochettes and sandals for day wear. I love how the colors are amazingly vibrant in the luxurious satin material.
Virgule (pictured below) is still the collection's indispensable piece. With its accentuated yet gentle curve, the Virgule heel has made its mark as the distinctive sign of the label. Sandals are making a big appearance with the Virgule heel with cross-over straps, geometric T-bar and sensual asymmetry.
At last, all the Vivier codes come together in the Miss Viv' bag. Mr Frisoni reinvents this great classic with adding the historic buckle. Structured and feminine with its timeless design. the bag is enlivened with the season's materials and colors.
Most importantly, have you heard the big news? The brand will be making its South East Asian debut in Singapore this November, with its first Roger Vivier boutique located at Takashimaya Shopping Centre, in the heart of Orchard Road.
Anyway, it's going to be my first time trying on and probably making some damage at the store, I'm guessing there's no better way to spend all of my Christmas shopping budget after all.
Images courtesy of Roger Vivier.