Saint Laurent’s Tribute sandals – and the Tribtoo too

tribute by Saint Laurent

Saint Laurent’s platform Tribute sandal made its debut in 2004 under the brand’s then creative director Stefano Pilati. Back then, Saint Laurent was known as Yves Saint Laurent and Tribute fast became a celebrity favorite. Production of the shoe continued after French fashion designer Hedi Slimane took over the brand in 2013, rebadging YSL as Saint Laurent. … Read more

Iconic high heels

Christian Louboutin Pigalle 120mm

Picking just five heels as the greatest high heels in the world was tough business, but we’ve made our list. They’re all modern classics, all available right now and come from the most famous shoe designers on the planet. And they’re all amazing. Here’s our list of five designer high heels you must own before you die. Cesare Casadei’s … Read more

Kate Moss wears Saint Laurent pumps on the cover of Playboy

Kate Moss Playboy

Bad-ass supermodel Kate Moss has appeared on the cover of Playboy’s 60th anniversary edition wearing a pair of Saint Laurent high heels. The stilettos are Saint Laurent’s classic Paris Escarpins (“escarpin” is French for a high heeled pump). The shoe is the signature pump of the French brand still commonly known as Yves Saint Laurent … Read more

Python Perfect

With lashings of rock and roll attitude, the YSL Janis boots are everything we want in hot-to-trot footwear. There’s the uber cool python finish which adds a totally textural, 1970s vibe. The deep, inky goes-with-everything black. The so cool it hurts dramatic arch. The skyscraper 5 inch heel and 1 inch platform. Not to mention … Read more


At four inches, with oodles of slim line, sexy, stiletto heel to admire, these Tribtoo lovelies make Monday seem A-ok as far as we’re concerned. Made in Italy, the homeland of all that is beautiful and truly covetable on the footwear front, the Yves Saint Laurent Tribtoo is textured, patent, leather perfection with a super … Read more

Christian Louboutin’s red soles are a valid and enforceable trademark

Christian Louboutin has a valid and enforceable trademark in his red soles, so the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit has found this week. After hearing argument in an appeal filed by Louboutin in his litigation against Yves Saint Laurent, Circuit Judges Cabranes, Straub and Livingston reversed an earlier decision of the District Court … Read more