Born in France to italien parents in 1960, Bruno Frisoni grew up in the fashion world, as his mother was a couturier.
He was 20 years old when he began to make fashion a professional career in fashion. His first job was as an assistant in the accessories studio of the Jean-Louis Scherrer fashion house.
For more than 20 years, the Italian designer collaborated with some of the biggest names in fashion. He began designing shoes and accessories for Karl Lagerfeld, Yves Saint Laurent, Emanuel Ungaro, Christian Lacroix and Lanvin. He was soon one of the hottest names in the community. The next natural step for Bruno Frisoni was to release his own line in 1999.
In 2003, Bruno Frisoni became the artistic director of the Roger Vivier fashion house. His aim for the position was to restore the nobles and prestigious image of the brand. His goal was easily accomplished thanks to his sophisticated stilettos and elegant feminine heels.
True works of art, Bruno Frisoni heels are a compromise between accessories and clothing. Each one of his collections, like “Venus Beauty” or “Bohemian Poses” tells a story. Colourful and structured, the Italian artist’s shoes are always complemented with a cascade of detailing like bows, buckles or zips.