Hot For Hardy


Shoes can make or break an outfit. In light of this, (and the many opportunities you’ll have to show off your fancy footwork at your lengthy list of holiday parties) when purchasing a pair we do not advise cutting corners.


Luckily the hunt for holiday heels (and by holiday we mean both this season and all weekends to follow) just got easier. Footwear icon Pierre Hardy (above) has opened his first Manhattan boutique in the West Village.


Trot down Jane Street and you can’t miss the bright white PIERRE HARDY signage painted on an old garage that opens up to reveal a space designed by David Mann of MR Architecture + Decor. The store, like the shoes, marries Mr. Hardy’s appreciation of architecture with a modern take on femininity.



Among the strappy sandals, stellar platforms and men’s loafers are his line of handbags, accessories and small leather goods that pull together an outfit all too well.



The cozy shop goes to great lengths in the name of comfort with a section of the floor that is crafted in black leather to protect bare feet in-between try-ons. Just another reason we are hot for Hardy this holiday season.ph-display1.jpg


Pierre Hardy

30 Jane Street  10014 \ 1 646 449 0070

Photos: Courtesy of Habitually Chic and Racked

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