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The Must-Have Boot for Fall, Presented by Giuseppe Zanotti


The Must-Have Boot for Fall, Presented by Giuseppe Zanotti

By Ocean Drive for Giuseppe Zanotti | July 10, 2019 | Style & Beauty

The iconic footwear brand launches its Fall/Winter 2019 collection with a new campaign—and one of the coming season’s most wanted boots.


Giuseppe Zanotti footwear is known for being modern and bold, yet sophisticated and elegant. And the brand’s Fall/Winter 2019 collection is no different. In fact, the designer played on this idea of contrasts to portray both sides of the Giuseppe Zanotti man and woman.

The accompanying campaign depicts these contrasts perfectly: with a minimalist, cinematic look and feel, the campaign reflects both the light and the dark, the strong and the soft, the past and the present. And there’s one shoe that instantly stands out among the gorgeous bunch.

The “Hattie” is a slouchy and super soft boot made of nappa leather, and has become a Zanotti staple and celeb favorite. This season, new life is breathed into the boot via updated colors and materials: metallic gold and silver leather, as well as black and red patent leather. And it’s a perfect example of the collection’s emphasis on contrasts: It’s reminiscent of a carefree 70s vibe, yet futuristic and fashion-forward. The versatile boot can be dressed up or down, but should always be worn with confidence—a true mark of the Giuseppe Zanotti woman. Giuseppe Zanotti Bal Harbour, 9700 Collins Ave., 305-868-0133,

View the Giuseppe Zanotti Fall/Winter 2019 campaign video here:

Photography by: Photography courtesy of Giuseppe Zanotti