Chanel Two-Tone Shoe, a timeless fashion myth
In 1957, Gabrielle Chanel, named Coco chanel, introduced the two-tone slingback shoe. Very famous for its shape, glamour and for the high quality of its craftsmanship, it's simple but timeless. The Two-Tone Shoe never go out of style. Originally dubbed "the new Cinderella slipper," this shoe went global and quickly became the thing everyone wanted. The beige lengthens the leg, while the black toe cap shortens the foot and keeps wear from showing. Today Karl Lagerfeld continues to reinvent this shoe. It's always intriguing to see how this timeless fashion item is made, and Chanel had the genial idea to share some images of the creation of a Chanel Two-Tone Shoe, available in goatskin with grosgrain and suede with grosgrain. Both are $800.