Treat yourself to Di Minno high heel shoes
There is a pair of Di Minno high heel shoes for every woman. In fact, there are many, because if you love shoes, you know that there is always room in your wardrobe for more! This is why our collections include a range of beautiful styles for every age, and for every occasion. Sofia Sandal Platform, Jacqueline and Aimee’ Dorsey Pumps, Bayley, Eva, Isabelle, and Toulouse Sandals, Madame Mule, and the open-toe Victoria – each designed with a twist; one more unique than the other. Our iconic yet exclusive palette goes from iconic black and red, to exotic jade green and burnt orange, but no matter which color you choose, do stand tall.
For special occasions or just to feel sexy, Di Minno unique collections are it. The result of perfected Italian design, craftsmanship and know-how, our high heel shoes are a feat of (feminine!) strength. Dressed up, dressed down, our sophisticated designs make a true statement.
Much more than black dress shoes for women
Not just plain black pumps, Di Minno dares to be different. After all, isn’t that what glamor is all about? With emerald-cut crystals, stunningly sculpted stilettos, flower appliqués, tassels, a bejeweled bow, or a dainty zipper on the instep…sky’s the limit when it comes to our high heels and so are our designs!
With our sophisticated designs, you can be as daring, as different, or as elegant as you want to be. The “girl next door” loves platforms in fun colors; the vixen has her eyes on mules – with a sexy peep toe, and seductive stilettos; how about the star of the party who turns heads wherever she goes? Beautiful shoes have the power to transform, and with our collections, you can be your true self and much, much more.
Throughout fashion history, there have been a few accessory items that can instantly spark a conversation like a pair of shoes. Their origins can be traced to the 15th century when a hook-shaped heel helped to secure a soldier’s shoes in the stirrups
during horse-riding. The Venetians took shoe design for women to the next level by creating pedestals, elevating noblewomen – literally – to new heights.
Today, when we think of high heel shoes for women, we inevitably think of them in red. However, this color became associated with women shoes only in the 17th century, when King Louis XIV introduced the red sole to distinguish the nobility. Though Napoleon banned it during the French Revolution, the red sole came right back, proof of its undeniable allure. In modern history, high heels – in none other than red – made a definitive comeback when Technicolored film Wizard of Oz showcased Dorothy’s slippers in the most unforgettable shade of ruby red.