The Gorgeous New Shoes From Louis Vuitton's Former Style Director

Adrianna Barrionuevo

After spending 12 years as the shoe style director at Louis Vuitton, Fabrizio Viti is stepping out on his own, no pun intended. The designer—who has worked with the likes of Tom Ford during his tenure at Gucci, Miuccia Prada, and both Marc Jacobs and Nicolas Ghesquière at LV—recently showed his eponymous shoe line for S/S 17.

"Please Don't Eat the Daisies" is the name of his '60s-inspired and beautifully crafted spring collection. While the floral motif is present throughout the exquisite designs, which Viti shared with the world on social media, we have a feeling the line will be a hit with the fashion crowd. From ladylike pumps and sandals with daisy accents to the soon-to-be-favorite caged satin pumps, the collection of statement footwear will be sold at Barneys New York and MatchesFashion.com next year. And with prices ranging from $590 to $1550, we suggest starting a shoe fund, because Fabrizio Viti could be the next Manolo Blahnik.

Check out some of the designs Viti shared on Instagram below.

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Opening Image: @voguemagazine

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