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Repetto

The first Repetto shoe was created in 1947, when designer Rose Repetto’s son, Roland Petit, had complained about the lack of comfortable dance shoes available at that time. Rose then imagined a pair of ballet shoes, where the sole is sewn and turned inside out - creating a soft, comfortable design. The label soon became an iconic French staple, due to Brigette Bardot’s request to create the iconic ‘Cendrillon’ ballet shoe for her film ‘Et Dieu créa la femme’.