By  on July 17, 2018

NEW YORK — Shoes have been coming on strong for years, and now, Hermès Paris has opened its first freestanding pop-up shop — a 1,250-square-foot unit at 63 Greene Street in SoHo here — devoted exclusively to the category.

Since 1990, the brand’s shoes have been designed by Pierre Hardy, who infuses his creations — often rendered in off-beat colors or featuring outsize proportions — with the iconography of the Parisian luxury house, artistic references and a sense of whimsy. Hardy’s designs include fox fur sneakers and Oh Roy blue calf suede sandals with a winking eye.

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