If the crisp weather has you itching for a new pair of boots, Stuart Weitzman’s got a lineup that works double-duty. This fall the shoe guru delivers three new versions of his classics in the Baby Buggy capsule, out today (10/8), and they give back: 30 percent of proceeds go toward Jessica Seinfeld’s non-profit to benefit her charity for families in need.
For the organization’s founder, comfort was key. “Our supporters aren’t teetering around in heels,” says Seinfeld. “They want something they can wear all day.” The result: Three foot-friendly styles. Each one is named after one of her three children, whom inspired the very existence of the organization itself. The organization picks up used baby clothes, toys, and more, donating them to families in need.
The Sascha boot (above left, $785), a version of the brand’s signature over-the-knee 50/50 style, is named after her eldest, 13-year-old Sascha. "I see myself wearing this boot every single day,” says Seinfeld. “It's the cornerstone to the collection."
The motorcycle boot (above right, $515) is called Julian, after her 11-year-old son. “Stuart Weitzman really wanted this to be successful for Baby Buggy, so we spent time really creating styles that would be collectible, and not just on-trend or in-season,” says Seinfeld.
The high-heel Sheperd (above center, $695) is named after her 9-year-old son. “He’s young enough not to be offended by being named after a women’s boot!”
To scoop up a pair for yourself—and give back in the process—visit Stuart Weitzman’s Fifth Avenue, New York, or Rodeo Drive, Beverly Hills, flagship boutiques, or shop them online at stuartweitzman.com.