We believe Kate owns Gianvito Rossi’s ‘Gianvito 85’ pumps in at least four different colours: Praline, Dark Olive, Texas Brown and Navy Blue. You can take a look at Kate wearing each below:
About the shoe:
The soft suede leather shoes feature a pointed toe and a mid-size heel stiletto heel that measures 85mm. They’re crafted in Italy. They are made from 100% suede and feature a leather shoe and a leather insole.
Rossi says the pumps “reflect elegance and femininity”, and say the shoes are “wearable with any outfit” and offer “incomparable comfort”.
You’ll get so much wear out of Gianvito Rossi’s versatile beige pumps – they work for nearly any event and go with almost every outfit. They’ve been made in Italy from tactile beige suede and have a classic point-toe silhouette and slim stiletto heel. Wear yours with muted neutrals or bold colors and prints.Net-A-Porter
Kate’s clearly a fan of Rossi’s iconic ‘Gianvito’ shoe, not only does she own four pairs with an 85mm heel, we’ve seen her wear five pairs with the larger 105mm heel too! Take a look below:
Pictured above: Kate wearing the Gianvito 105 pumps in five different colours!
Buying the Gianvito 85 pumps:
Gianvito Rossi’s eponymous shoe, the ‘Gianvito’ is a staple in the designer’s collection. He sells it season after season in a variety of colours and heel sizes. At the time of writing, you can buy the 85mm heel in a range of colours, including praline and black worn by Kate. Sadly, the tan and olive styles are no longer available to buy. A bunch of other colours are available though, including red and white.
I recommend buying the heels from Net-A-Porter.com because you’ll save quite a chunk of money*. The shoes are £50/$30 more expensive on Gianvito Rossi’s website, plus Net-A-Porter don’t charge for delivery (Rossi charges an extra £10/$20 for shipping.) Just make sure you’re on the right site for your location – you can switch top left.
* I’ve only checked prices in the UK and US, where most of my readers come from. Both sites deliver worldwide but it’d take me forever to check all currencies and options, so I cannot confirm if it’s the same for the rest of the world. Also, prices are subject to change, so I recommend double-checking for yourself, wherever you’re based. In the interests of transparency, I should declare that I’m part of an affiliate programme that includes Net-A-Porter and I might make a commission for any orders you make through the site. However, that isn’t why I’m making the recommendation. It’s genuinely cheaper.)