1973 | JAN JANSEN FOR ITAL SHOES (CERTALDO, FLORENCE)

1973 | Jan Jansen | Bamboo And Rattan (rotan) sandal
Source: Foto Shoe magazine - February 1975

Jan Jansen (May, 6 1941 - Nijmegen, Nederland) started his career in Rome at Bruno Ferrarese's boutique "Follie". Back to Amsterdam in 1964, he opened his own shop called "Jeannot"; ten years later he had already a museum show under his belt (1969), a contract with Madrid Shoes (a cartel of 15 Spanish footwear companies) and a deal with two Italian shoemakers, Gaby (from Alseno, Piacenza) and Ital Shoes (from Certaldo, Florence).

The bamboo and rattan sandal featured here was designed with the help of Ital Shoes' owner Raffaello Galgani.


1973 | Jan Jansen for Ital Shoes (Certaldo, Florence)
Source: Foto Shoe magazine - April 1975

1964 - 1974 | Jan Jansen
10th Anniversary poster | detail

Source: Foto Shoe magazine - February 1975

1973 | Jan Jansen
How to do it

Source: © Jan Jansen
1973 | Jan Jansen
Banboo And Rattan sandal
Source: © Jan Jansen


The renowed Dutch And Leather Shoe Museum probably hosts the biggest Jan Jansen collection, besides Jansen himself - and the Banboo And Rattan sandal is part of it. In addition, the museum managed to bust one of the usual suspects doing their thing (below).


1973 | Jan Jansen | Bamboo and Rattan Sandal
Source: Dutch Leather & Shoe Museum

Jan Jansen (1973) VS Prada (2009)
Source: Dutch Leather & Shoe Museum


ITALIAN SHOES AT THE DUTCH LEATHER & SHOE MUSEUM

ERCO (VIGEVANO)
C.L.A.M.S. (BOLOGNA)
VINCENZO VALENTINO (NAPLES)
CLEOPATRA (VIGEVANO)



1975 | Ital Shoes' owners Laura And Raffaello Galgani
Source: Source: Foto Shoe magazine - April 1975

1964 - 1974 | Jan Jansen
10th Anniversary poster

Source: Foto Shoe magazine - February 1975

 

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