Jacques Levine Lady's Slippers

Jacques Levine Indoor Classic Luxury Slipper Collection

In 1936, inspired by his depression-era success of providing women with fresh, colorful new fashions and determined to deliver the same in women’s footwear, Falk Levine opened a small shoe factory in Middletown, New York. With a flair and affinity for distinct, feminine styles, Falk created the innovative open-toe sandal and the revolutionary mule a provocative, backless shoe that has remained a staple wardrobe style in women’s closets for more than 70 years. During the decade that followed, the company’s style portfolio expanded to include evening dress shoes -- an effort led by Falk’s son and protégé Jacques, and the impetus for the new Jacques Levine brand. Post WWII, Jacques began the then-progressive practice of “shopping the world market”-- identifying emerging footwear trends and translating them into designs for the American marketplace. His travels also expanded the company’s sourcing capabilities as Jacques established relationships with factories highly-regarded for their their craftsmanship in France, Italy, Spain, Greece and Brazil. In the early 1970’s Jacques & Florrie’s son Harold Levine became the third generation to lead the company. Harold’s most notable achievement was introducing the exciting and fresh espadrille to the American marketplace. Now under the direction of Harold’s nephew and fourth-generation family member, Sam Calvanio, the company continues its success by revering the family’s most cherished legacies and heritage products while evolving the brand to meet the sophisticated style desires of today’s modern women.

At Opulence of Southern Pines, it is an honor to be your source for all your luxury home needs from slippers to bed linens. We offer a wide selection of the most cherished designers in the world for an unsurpassed level of luxury and elegance. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us for further assistance.
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