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Gucci Shoes

For decades, Gucci artisans have been artistically crafting fashionable objects that strike a beautiful balance between over-the-top extravagance and low-key elegance. They've attracted a star-studded clientele along the way, including Princess Grace of Monaco, Jackie O, Sophia Loren, John Wayne, and Ronald Reagan.

Gucci now designs leather goods worthy of its heritage, among them high-end footwear in a variety of styles. In keeping with Italy’s tradition as the gold standard in footwear for generations, the Italian fashion house’s fine shoemakers satisfy the high standards of Gucci devotees.

The house’s best-known shoe, its classic bit loafer, is easily spotted by the horse-bit buckle across the vamp. The most popular Gucci shoes for women since 1952, fashion-savvy types tend to wear them sockless in warm weather. Others opt for fuzzy-soled slip-ons, towering platform heels, or flashy patent-leather stilettos. Gucci shoes for men run the gamut from business-appropriate cap-toe lace-ups for corporate 9-to-5ers to weekend-ready fringed tassel loafers in suede, leather, or exotic skin.

Bidders who discover a classic pair of Gucci shoes at auction can consider themselves fortunate. Whether vintage pre-Tom Ford round-toe loafers or modern strappy sandals, Gucci’s fine footwear lets shoe-centric types step out in style.

Quick Facts

  • Kate Moss donated a pair of personally signed Gucci black suede pee-toe platform heels to Sellebrity Auction in London benefiting the Small Step Project. They sold for £695
  • In 2011, a pair of 1960s suede and leather Gucci horse bit loafers once owned by John Wayne sold at Heritage Auctions for $1,050
  • A pair of Gucci-made shoes outfitted for tap dancing worn by Sammy Davis Jr. went for nearly $1,500 at RR Auction in September 2013

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