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1950s Dress Shoes - Vintage Spectator Shoes in Brown & White - Size 8

Stunning 1950's dress shoes ~ chocolate brown & creme spectator pumps with stiletto heels.

Fantastic stiletto heels. These shoes are a perfect match for your cocktail dresses & pencil skirts.

In excellent / very good condition ~ this pair appears not to have ever been worn with no visible wear to the leather soles. The uppers have some slight color variation on the left heel and some very faint yellowing of the creme where the brown meets the creme leather. Overall a stunning pair of designer shoes! Please see photos for details of these shoes and feel free to convo me for additional photos.

Label ~ design by Evins. made expressly for I. Magnin & Co. Size 8 aaa

These shoes measure 10.125" in length on the inside, and 3" wide across the ball of the foot with a 3.25" heel.

" 'Sheer simplicity is my forte.' David Evins. David Evins was born in 1909 and immigrated as a teenager to the United States from England. He studied illustration at Brooklyn's Pratt Institute.
Evins worked as a patternmaker for shoes until receiving a contract from I. Miller in 1941 to produce shoes under his own name.

Evins became one of the favorite shoe designers of Hollywood stars, including Rita Hayworth, Elizabeth Taylor, Ava Gardner, Judy Garland, and Marlene Dietrich. Evins created shoes worn by both Claudette Colbert and Elizabeth Taylor to play Cleopatra in films three decades apart. He designed the pumps Grace Kelly wore for her marriage to Prince Rainier, and shoes for every First Lady from Mamie Eisenhower to Barbara Bush (including the shoes Nancy Reagan wore at both of her husband's inaugural balls).

Evins's shoes were classic and comfortable, yet fashionable, and he was given the sobriquet "The King of Pumps". Evins won the Coty Award in 1949. Evins died in 1991, having worked until a few months before his death."

1950s Dress Shoes - Vintage Spectator Shoes in Brown & Creme - Size 8


  • Vintage item from the 1950s
  • Material: leather
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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