Rodolphe Menudier

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Rodolphe Menudier is a French shoe designer.[1]

Described as: the very first to be a huge success both commercial and media thanks to collections of high end shoe design. His label was launched in 1994 and takes us back to Roger Vivier’s daring; it is a combination of inventiveness and sophistication that never gives up away on elegance and seduction. Trained at the AFPIC, he won fame in the “back to luxury” trend using a significant dose of sex-appeal, with his own brand and creating models for Dior with John Galliano, Christian Lacroix, Balenciaga, Paco Rabanne… His Parisian boutique, was inaugurated in 2000 in a set by Christophe Pillet “without ostentatiion or gilding”, it is a concentrate of his passion in design, postmodernism and the neopunk spirit.

Florence Müller (Excerpt from 20 ans de mode contemporaine - Ed: Naïve)

He started his shoe line in 1994. The first boutique opened in Paris in 2000.

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  1. ^ Time Out Paris, 2005, p. 164

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