How 9 Designers Reimagined Cinderella's Glass Slipper

Have you dreamt of getting married in Cinderella's glass slipper?

You're in luck! Your personal glass slippers now await at the modern day version of a fairy godmother: Saks Fifth Avenue. Nine luxury shoe desingers partnered with Disney to reinvent Cinderella's iconic shoes, and the results are simply dazzling!

The shoes are available in-stores at Saks Fifth Avenue, and Cinderella opens in theaters nationwide on March 13. Tell us: which is your favorite glass slipper? 

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1. Paul Andrew

Paul Andrew took his imagination to a whole new level with his take on the infamous shoe. The designer used transparent PVC to create a glassy effect. “Cinderella's glass slipper represents every woman's dream shoe," he said. "The story, being a classic, inspired me to use my iconic pointed toe silhouette, which I embellished with an array of hand encrusted Swarovski crystals to create the ultimate fantasy shoe."


2. Alexandre Birman

Alexandre Birman re-invented Cinderella’s slipper with a romantic twist on the classic Johanna pump. The designer created a fashionable satin and Swarovski crystal encrusted pointed heels. “My vision of the glass slipper was inspired by the timeless and feminine beauty that I believe Cinderella and the Alexandre Birman brand both share," he said.


3. René Caovilla

Rene Caovilla incorporated the iconic blue color from la princesa's dress. The designer believes that shoes are works of arts that grant wishes. “Passion and never ending research don’t draw the line at fantasy and creativity," he said. "This is how dreams come true in our fairy tale.”


4. Jimmy Choo

Sandra Choi, Creative Director of Jimmy Choo, believes every girl should experience a Cinderella moment, so she encrusted the slipper with hundreds of rhinestones and crystals. “I wanted to create a shoe that felt magical, with alluring sparkle and a feminine, timeless silhouette evoking those childhood emotions," Choi revealed.

5. Salvatore Ferragamo

Massimiliano Giornetti, creative director at Salvatore Ferragamo, wanted to create a shoe that made every woman feel like a princess. The results? He calls it “a shoe made of transparency and light."

6. Nicholas Kirkwood

“Cinderella has both delicate and strong qualities as a character," Nicholas Kirkwood explained. "The moment of transformation emphasizes both and gave me the design inspiration to create a piece that spoke to the film’s magic."


7. Charlotte Olympia

Talk about high heels! These Charlotte Olympia pumps are definitely out of this world. The designer created the transparent platform using her signature PVC and crystal detailing. “It was such a pleasure to create my version of Cinderella’s glass slipper which I have aptly named 'If The Shoe Fits,'” she said.


8. Jerome C. Rousseau

Jerome C. Rousseau decided to add the stroke of midnight to the design of his shoe. The designer created a dark blue glitter sandal with clear straps decorated with gold and silver trim. “I wanted to create something that, if left behind, the Prince would feel even more captivated by Cinderella’s allure," he explained.

9. Stuart Weitzman

For Stuart Weitzman’s modern take on the iconic shoe, he created a shoe fit for any princess. "Cinderella in 2015 has a timeless appeal," he said. "The diamond and translucent bootie enhance the vision I have of her.”