Caged In High-heeled sandals in White by FENTY

Release 11-20

Cult designer Amina Muaddi returns to FENTY footwear with three irresistible new designs to satisfy the most ardent of shoe fans. “I wanted to create footwear that represented the muse and the brand: strong, but refined and feminine”, she says. Three designs in four colorways to see you through every meeting, insta-post, and socially distanced party of the season.


Kicking off the collection is the Corset pump, a modern take on the classically sexy stiletto pump, designed for the female gaze. Known for her use of pop materials to create glass-slipper-like shoes, Muaddi brings in a glossy, transparent PVC for the first colorway of the design in Electric Blue. Building on last season’s theme of braiding, PVC laces weave across the foot threading through eyelets in the shoe and tying up around the ankle. It is also available in Coco White nappa lambskin with a metallic silver stiletto.

The Corset pumps has a pointy toe and accentuated heel, delivering on Muaddi’s strong but refined mandate.


The second style, Don’t be square Slingbacks, is a square-toe sling-back pump made from soft, rippling leather.

Available in Ivory nappa lambskin, the slingback has a chic, subtle design, aesthetically similar to last season’s wearable Meshy Mule, elevating everyday looks with effortless glamour.


The showstopping Ribbon Rope sandal 105, is a shiny stiletto sandal in Hot Pink or Black Crystal.

Structured satin ribbons and delicate crystal-embellished straps weave across the foot, curling up around the ankle to the midcalf.


Finally, we return to where we started: the seductive Caged In sandals.

Originally designed in a summery Hot Pink and Coco White, Caged In returns in fall colours Electric Blue, Jet Black, Ivory and a holiday special Black Crystal with the same caged structure of woven leather straps running all the way from the toe to the top of the calf. A crystal-embellished suede version of the Caged In sandals will let you celebrate the holidays in style.