Edouard Jerrold stitched, suede, platform clogs from 1972. Edouard Jerrold was a subsidiary of the Jerry Miller brand, grandchild of shoe visionary, I. Miller. Jerry Miller's shoes were made in a Greek workshop from 1969-1973. He designed a pair for Tina Turner, in 1970, that are currently in the collection of the Fashion History Museum. During this time, Miller worked with upcoming shoe designer, Moya Bowler, who later created iconic designs for Henri Bendel. This particular design was fashioned in either velvet, or suede. Here, we have a beautiful pair in stitched, colorful (red, black, gold, & chartreuse) suede. One covered buckle on the side & the blackest suede platform. Label reads Bonwit Teller Made in Greece, when Miller sold the designs through department stores. Last photo is an ad from the Honolulu Star, from 1972. Thanks to @giltriddengal on instagram for her research help.
Issues: Overall very sturdy condition. Minimal wear to the soles.
Insole measures 9.75in
Platform is 2.75in