#FirstClassFriday: Jimmy Choo 20th anniversary limited edition shoe trunk
For die-hard fans
What better way to celebrate Jimmy Choo's 20th anniversary this year than to present their fans with the ultimate gift — a limited edition shoe trunk to store their favourite Choos. Available for purchase on its own or complete with the entire 20-piece shoes and bags exclusive capsule collection (yes, you read that right), here are five reasons why the trunk is the ultimate luxurious shoe closet every woman needs:
1. IT HOUSES THE ENTIRE MEMENTO COLLECTION
Designed by creative director, Sandra Choi, the made-to-order shoe trunk houses all 15 shoes and five bags from the Memento anniversary collection. The exclusive capsule features signature red-carpet styles such as the Lance, Anouk and Tetrus.
2. IT'S THE ULTIMATE SHOE BOX
The handcrafted trunk contains 21 (seven rows and three columns) individual drawers to house your glittering Choos. Each drawer is luxuriously lined in suede and finished with a brass cardholder that holds a shoe sketch to keep your footwear organised.
3. IT'S CUSTOMISABLE
Customers can select from a range of leathers such as nappa leather with embossed stringray, crocodile or python, just to name a few, to make their trunks.
4. IT'S ALSO A VANITY CASE
Not just a trunk to store your bags and minaudières, it's also thoughtfully designed with an inlaid mirror built into the lid of the trunk with five accessory drawers to stash your necklaces, earrings, rings and sunglasses.
5. IT'S PERSONAL
For a personal touch, customers can request to have their initials embossed onto the middle drawer of the first row. But if you are a true loyalist, you can opt to stick with the brand name as pictured above.
The Jimmy Choo limited edition shoe trunk is priced at $92,000 on its own or $145,000 with the Memento collection. It takes three to four months to custom make a trunk.
Leave a comment
Buro 24/7 Selection
Formula 1 Singapore 2017: Duran Duran, OneRepublic, Seal and Ariana Grande to perform
The top 5 menswear haunts you must know in Singapore
Adidas is launching 6 more NMD Primeknit colourways at Pedder on Scotts
South Korean artist Ran Hwang’s installation for Asian Civilisations Museum uses 50,000 pins, fabric chilies, and 5 kilometres of string
What's it like working in a co-working space?
Buro 24/7 Selection