This week, WWD reports on the ins and outs of Harrod’s new shoe floor and why it’s a step above the rest
Unveiled over the Summer, Harrods' latest addition is now the world's largest luxury space for footwear,
hosting the most iconic brands in fashion to the highest heels. The 42,000 square foot shoe department contains 100,000 total pairs of shoes, 17 luxury boutiques and 55 brands on the entire level.
The highest heel they hold is Charlotte Olympia's Great Wedge of China which stands at 155 millimetres, with Giuseppe Zanotti taking the top place for trainers, offering over 27 different versions of his famous High-Tops.
Jimmy Choo also is host to a myriad of different shoes – coming in strong with 317 different styles, while Charlotte Olympia's cute kitty flats are offered in 18 variations. So, from carrying the highest of heels and myraid of designers to the level's beautiful Art Deco design we can now see why its called the Shoe Heaven.