Jimmy Choo 2011 Fall/Winter Ad Campaign

Following in the footsteps (quite literally) of other well-established women’s footwear

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Following in the footsteps (quite literally) of other well-established women’s footwear companies that have recently branched out into men’s shoes, Jimmy Choo has unveiled their first ad campaign featuring their new men’s offerings. Shot in midtown Manhattan’s iconic Waldorf Astoria hotel, the campaign was helmed by the prolific photographer Steven Meisel, who lent it a distinctly quirky yet luxurious aesthetic. The St. James Double Monkstrap black leather shoe was chosen to be featured in the campaign, worn elegantly by model Ben Hill. What do you think of Jimmy Choo’s first foray into men’s footwear?

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