Varadi is all about the quality of the leather, the arch of each sole and the surprising sensation of comfort one feels when wearing Varadi heels, though they are undeniably very high.
Those little details that make a big difference, right.
Well here’s another detail – which isn’t really a detail – that makes an even greater difference: Diana, the founder of Varadi, has developed a new line of bespoke bejeweled shoes. Her creation is the product of a collaborative process with Joanna Dijkstra, a warm, luminous woman who also lies multiple lives.
Amongst other things, Joanna is a corset and costume-maker with a passion for historical fashion and an innate mastery of her craft, who made a name for herself in the world of couture and jewellery rather quickly. Many luxury boutiques have exposed her work, including the Ritz gallery in Paris, which led to her being contacted by some of the greats, like Jean-Paul Gaultier, René Caovilla and Lesage. Her broad set of skills and experience allow her not only to collaborate on unique projects with different creators but also to launch her own substantial, wide-ranging, intelligent luxury publication: Faust Magazine, of which she is the Editor in chief.
Diana’s discipline combined with Joanna touch of madness make for the perfect alliance.
Diana’s technical rigor artistic abilities act as a catalyst for Johanna’s unbridled femininity: once again, a perfect match.
The product of this perfect match? A line that is at once feminine, sensual, refined and elegant. Wearing their creations isn’t just sporting a nice pair of stilettos. No, their pieces are ornaments in themselves, capable of embellishing even the strictest, blackest of outfits – see for yourselves in the pictures 😉
Pucci jumpsuit – Miu Miu sunglasses – Varadi x JD Barocca heels
Pucci jumpsuit – Tom Ford sunglasses – Fendi clutch – Vintage belt – Varadi x JD Barocca heels
Pucci jumpsuit – Tom Ford sunglasses – Varadi x JD Barroca heels