Kristin Chenoweth designs shoe bootie for ShoeDazzle
Kristin Chenoweth is more than an actress and singer. She can add shoe designer to her resume, too.
The Oklahoma native has partnered with ShoeDazzle to offer a limited-edition, celebrity-designed shoe exclusively to its well-heeled members. One hundred percent of the profits will be donated to Chenoweth’s charity of choice.
Her shoe is a gray, suede-like bootie that she has named “Little Diva.” The Tony and Emmy-winning actress found inspiration for its curvy, voluptuous design in the demure sexiness of vintage styles, a tribute to the early 1960s time frame of her current Broadway play, “Promises, Promises.”
Sales of Chenoweth’s “Little Diva” will benefit the Evan B. Donaldson Adoption Institute, a national not-for-profit organization devoted to improving the lives of children and families through development of better adoption-related policies and practices. Chenoweth, who was adopetd, serves on the Honorary Board of the Adoption Institute and recently received a congressional Angels in Adoption award for her commitment to the cause.
Chenoweth, a Broken Arrow native and Oklahoma City University graduate who is known for her performances on stage, television and film, was recently inducted into the Oklahoma Hall of Fame.
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