Here’s Gigi Hadid, out to lunch at Kings Cafe in LA with boyfriend Joe Jonas. She’s wearing a pair of brand new Giuseppe Zanotti Ring Detail Sneakers, which are from the brand’s Resort 2016 collection and are not yet available in stores. In the meantime, you can shop an extensive selction of Giuseppe pumps, boots, sandals and sneakers at Saks.

Gigi’s creeper-style sneakers are a bit of a departure from the Giuseppe Zanotti sneaker styles that are especially beloved by celebs like Jennifer Lopez; J-Lo owns several customized pairs of GZ sneaks. The brand made serious bank during the “sneaker wedge” fad of yesteryear, and perhaps surprisingly, it hasn’t yet completely purged wedges from their sneaker lines.

Here’s Jada Pinkett Smith, attending the London premiere of Magic Mike XXL in a glittering, strapless black Balmain mini dress paired with black, crystal-adorned Giuseppe Zanotti Coline Crystal Sandals. You can currently find Jada’s exact sandals for $1,425 at Net-A-Porter, but sizes seem to be selling out quickly; if you love these Giuseppe Zanottis, act fast.

Jada has a supporting role in Magic Mike XXL as the boss lady of a roving, competitive troupe of male strippers (because obviously this is the part Jada was born to play). Her troupe just so happens to include characters from the original Magic Mike. Magic Mike XXL is in theaters almost everywhere right now.

Beyoncé was recently seen leaving her NYC office in an especially vertiginous pair of black Giuseppe Zanotti Biker Sandals with edgy silver hardware. (What exactly happens in a celebrity’s office? All of the A-listers seem to have them. Inquiring minds would like to know.) You can find a pair of these 5″ stiletto GZ heels for $1,495 at Neiman Marcus.

The GZ brand has created numerous customized sandals and heels for Queen Bey’s world tours, and as we reported a few months back, Bey is currently working on a single shoe collaboration with Giuseppe Zanotti himself. Why only one shoe, you ask, why not a whole capsule collection? Never question the whims of the Queen. No word yet on when the coveted Beyoncé-GZ design will hit stores.

Here’s supermodel Joan Smalls, arriving at a Tribeca Film Festival party in NYC with Harper’s Bazaar editor/general fashion person Derek Blasberg. Joan is wearing a pair of black Giuseppe Zanotti Suede Sandals with gilded heels. Tragically, these are from a previous season and are no longer available online, but you can find a wide variety of Giuseppe Zanotti heels at Saks.

Last month, Giuseppe Zanotti announced a forthcoming creative collaboration with her majesty Queen Bey. The only caveat: it’s a single shoe. Reportedly, the one and only shoe will be a platform pump, which seems apropos. You can read more about the Beyonce-Giuseppe Zanotti collab here.

We don’t know if you’re ready for this jelly, but it looks like a shoe collaboration between Giuseppe Zanotti and Queen B herself, Beyoncé, is happening. Unfortunately, this collaboration will consist of one shoe and one shoe only. (more…)

Here’s Rihanna, looking extra glam while leaving Giorgio Baldi with her fam in Santa Monica. (Giorgio Baldi is currently one of Rihanna’s preferred dining destinations; she’s spotted there quite frequently.) Rihanna is wearing a pair of white Giuseppe Zanotti Chain Strap Mules, which you can currently find for $895 at Saks.

The GZ “sandal mule” is a beautiful-but-curious design that looks like it would be a tad difficult to walk in (even more so than a regular mule), due to the lack of ankle supports or a closed toe, but Ri-Ri seems perfectly capable of both walking and carrying a baby while wearing them, so they must be more functional than they look. The baby in question is Rihanna’s niece, Majesty.

Shoes: Shoe of the Week: Giuseppe Zanotti Rhinestone-Patterned Suede Sandals

Price: $1,695 via Saks

Why It’s the Shoe of the Week: From the front, you would think this is another ankle-wrap summer sandal, but you’d b wrong. In the back, you get a little leopard print, rendered in rhinestones. Everyone will see how fierce these sandals really are as soon as you walk away.

Remember the pair of all-over crystal Giuseppe Zanotti booties that were so expensive and oh-so beautiful that they stopped me dead in my tracks? Well, this pair of Zanotti Crystal Wedge Sandals also stopped me dead in my tracks, but for an entirely different reason.

These wedges are full of crystal-covered smiley faces, and while I wouldn’t be phased if Charlotte Olympia or Sophia Webster incorporated crystal smilies into a pair of wedges, it’s surprising to see it on a pair of Giuseppe Zanottis. Could Giuseppe Zanotti be trying to capture a new footwear audience? Doubtful. This is a definitely not on-brand for this footwear giant, but sometimes an experimental pair of retro wedges never hurt anyone. Right?

Buy your own pair of Giuseppe Zanotti Crystal Wedge Platform Sandals for $2,595 via ShopBop.

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