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Stuart Weitzman creates glass slipper for "Cinderella"

Linda Miller Modified: May 15, 2013 at 5:47 pm •  Published: February 21, 2013
Stuart Weitzman Designs Glass Slipper for New Broadway Production of Cinderella.  (PRNewsFoto/Stuart Weitzman Holdings LLC)
Stuart Weitzman Designs Glass Slipper for New Broadway Production of Cinderella. (PRNewsFoto/Stuart Weitzman Holdings LLC)

Thanks to shoe guru Stuart Weitzman, there really is a glass slipper. Well, a glass slipper look alike. He designed the slipper that will be worn in the first-ever Broadway production of Rogers + Hammerstein’s “Cinderella.”

His one-of-a-kind creation, a transparent vinyl silhouette encrusted with more than 5,000 iridescent Swarovski crystals, will make its debut March 3 at the Broadway Theatre in New York City.

And for women who want to be their own fairytale shoes, Weitzman will launch a Clearly Timless capsule  inspired by the musical.

Weitzman has been creating fantasy-worthy footwear for real life royalty — and women with real lives — for more than 26 years.

“What is every girl’s first memory of shoes? Cinderella’s glass slipper. Something as simple and accessible as a beautiful shoe can make a woman feel like a princess,” says Weitzman. “Who wouldn’t want to be Cinderella for a night? When asked to re-create the iconic slipper for the new Broadway production, I jumped at the chance.”

Stuart Weitzman "Clearly Timeless" Capsule Collection.  (PRNewsFoto/Stuart Weitzman Holdings LLC)
Stuart Weitzman "Clearly Timeless" Capsule Collection. (PRNewsFoto/Stuart Weitzman Holdings LLC)


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