Repetto | French ballet slippers and ballerina shoes

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The Repetto dance slipper is the story of a mother’s love for her son who wanted more comfortable dance shoes.

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In 1947, Rose Repetto set to making her first creations for her child, Roland Petit, using a unique sewing technique, the ‘stitch and return’. Maurice Béjart, Rudolf Nureyev and the ballerinas at the Opéra de Paris and the Folies Bergères all adopted Repetto for their leaps and their classical ballet steps. In 1956, Brigitte Bardot asked Rose for a ballerina shoe that could be worn in the street and wore the result in Roger Vadim’s film Et dieu créa la femme. The red ‘Cendrillon’ shoe was born and an entire generation of young girls dreamed of having a pair that would give the same attractive shape to the foot that this very open shoe did. Since the start of this century, the Repetto slipper has been going from strength to strength on the street.


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