“Red Shoes” is the name of 1948 ballet movie for which Jacques Fath designed the fabulous costumes of prima ballerina, Moira Schearer.
Later in 1950, Fath designed for the Fall Collection, a sumptuous red silky dress with the same name, worn by model Bettina, photographed by Irving Penn for Vogue US edition.
“For Red Shoes I was inspired by the famous Jacques Fath’s evening dress. It dramatically focus on the bustier of the red silk dress with a royal Blue stole. I wanted this fragrance to illustrate this intense femininity and sensuality, the satin and silky feeling. A fragrance matching with the image of this evening dress, elegant, opulent, so chic.” Cécile Zarokian
Alcohol Denat. (Sd Alcohol 40-B) – Parfum (Fragrance) – Aqua (Water) – Ethylhexyl Methoxycinnamate - Butyl Methoxydibenzoylmethane - Ethylhexyl Salicylate – Bht - Ci 19140(Yellow 5) - Ci 17200(Red 33) - Ci 14700(Red 4) – Citronellol – Eugenol – Geraniol – Limonene – Linalool.