It was Maison Massaro that created the famous two-tone Chanel sandal in 1957. Collaborator of the great couturiers, it is moreover always she who accessorizes the silhouettes of the parades. In the bootmaker’s workshops, the craftsmen (form maker, cutter, stitcher and foot workers) are therefore divided between couture and made-to-measure creations. Because the House not only puts its know-how at the service of fashion houses or designers, but also with a particular clientele anxious to wear unique models.

From measurement to final finishing touches, a female model requires around thirty hours of work, while a men’s shoe requires close to fifty. Recognized, sought after and appreciated for more than a century, the know-how of the Massaro workshops brings together several arts and crafts, often overlooked. Each requires patience, mastery and experience nurtured over time, and discovering them allows you to follow, step by step, the creation of an exceptional shoe.

Satin, lambskin, box, exotic skins… dozens of materials, colors can dress the shape you have chosen. The bootmaker will also advise you on the form of shoe best suited to your morphology, the one that will enhance your foot.


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