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Gianvito Rossi is a brand that stands for impeccable Italian glamour, a regular red carpet name that has dressed many of the world's most classically stylish women. The footwear from Gianvito Rossi is beautifully crafted, elegantly designed and incredibly covetable, creating silhouettes that flatter the legs and feet. The line of boots from the brand includes slip on suede ankle boots, leather over the knee styles and super chic spiked heel leather ankle boots. There are V-neck lace-up boots, black lace sandal boots and western style boots, as well as statement styles, such as the diamond cut-out lace-up sandals.

The Gianvito Rossi Boots Buying Guide

Look to our collection of women's Gianvito Rossi boots for classic silhouettes, unexpected design updates and acclaimed Italian craftsmanship. Sculptural heels feature immaculately cut curved ankle collars and foot-framing vamps reflect the designer’s modern aesthetic. Timeless knee-high boots in butter-soft leather and suede set a glamorous tone, while lace-up ankle styles are elevated by block-shaped heels and silver-tone hardware. Discover original designs with sophisticated shapes in lace-up and buckled chunky-soled hiker boots that are timeless and glamorous. 

Gianvito Rossi is a brand that stands for impeccable Italian glamour, a regular red carpet name that has dressed many of the world's most classically stylish women. The footwear from Gianvito Rossi is beautifully crafted, elegantly designed and incredibly covetable, creating silhouettes that flatter the legs and feet. The line of boots from the brand includes slip on suede ankle boots, leather over the knee styles and super chic spiked heel leather ankle boots. There are V-neck lace-up booties, black lace sandal boots and western style boots, as well as statement styles, such as the diamond cut-out lace-up sandals. Ahead, we’ve compiled this buying guide to help you narrow down the styles that work best for you, find your size and learn how to take the best care of your boots.

The Most Wanted Gianvito Rossi Boots

  • The Gianvito Rossi Vania Boots

    The impeccable construction of Gianvito Rossi Vania boots demonstrate faultless craftsmanship. They’re expertly made in the label's native Italy from leather and suede, presented in black, brown, beige, white and leopard print, then shaped with a high vamp that curves down towards the pointed toe with a central slit, and set on a sophisticated kitten heel. Draw focus to the elegant design by slipping on with cropped trousers or a slip dress.

  • The Gianvito Rossi Martis Ankle Boots

    These Gianvito Rossi Martis boots lend a refined edge to hiking-inspired style. Crafted in Italy, they’re made from smooth leather, suede and velvet and are presented in an array of sophisticated hues. Shaped with laces at the front, this style is accented with silver tone eyelets and set on a chunky trek sole, complete with an elasticated panel around the ankle with a flat or towering platform heel. Opt for this style to balance the proportions of a breezy floral midi dress.

  • The Gianvito Rossi Melissa Knee-High Boots

    Gianvito Rossi’s Melissa boots are shaped to a 1970s-imbued silhouette. They’re crafted in Italy from leather or suede, and feature black, brown, white and beige iterations, reaching from a round toe to a knee-high cuff and sitting on a block heel. Wear them to underpin a feminine edit, such as a lightweight sweater and flowing skirt.

The Gianvito Rossi Boots Sizing Guide

Unsure of your correct size? Gianvito Rossi boots generally fit true to size, although if you have a wider foot, it is recommended to take half a size larger as they can have a narrow fitting.

Gianvito Rossi boots use European sizing, so the below chart correlates the correct size for your region based on this. For example, if you’re a UK size 5, US 7.5, JP 24.5 or an AUS 6.5 then you will need to choose your boots in a EU 38.

EU3636.53737.53838.53939.54040.5
UK33.544.555.566.577.5
US5.566.577.588.599.510
JP22.52323.52424.42525.52626.527
AUS4.555.566.577.588.59

How To Care For Your Gianvito Rossi Boots

By following these simple steps you will prolong the life of your Gianvito Rossi boots.

Step 1: Before wearing your boots, always ensure they are protected with a specialist all-weather protection spray.

Step 2: When preserving the quality of your leather boots, it’s important to use a small amount of leather cream, apply this with a damp sponge, then polish the boots with a clean cloth, buffing the upper part of your boot in circular motions to achieve a clean and shiny appearance.

Step 3: When cleaning suede boots, it’s advisable to use a specialist suede brush to remove any stains. Gently brush the shoe in the direction of the suede hairs to remove the most visible stains, then use a para rubber to brighten up the appearance of the exterior.

Step 4: Clean the insoles and soles of the shoes with a damp cloth to remove any stains or marks.

To ensure your boots last a lifetime, we advise you to take them to a cobblers to be resoled when the soles and heels visibly start to wear down through daily use. Replacing the laces when they are past their best is also a good way to extend their life. 

FAQ

Where are Gianvito Rossi Boots made?

Gianvito Rossi boots are made in Italy. Each style is crafted in a modern factory that opened in early 2008 in San Mauro Pascoli, a famous Italian district in the region of Emilia-Romagna specializing in women's footwear.

Are Gianvito Rossi Boots comfortable?

Gianvito Rossi boots are internationally renowned for comfort. They are made by Italian artisans and from the highest quality materials, so longevity is key to the brand. Ensuring you purchase your desired style in the correct size will also certify that your foot is snug and has enough room in the boot.

Who is Gianvito Rossi?

The son of Sergio Rossi – one of the preeminent Italian shoe names from 1966. The designer decided to strike out on his own and set up his footwear label in 2006.