When appealing to Sailor Moon fans, Jimmy Choo did not want to slap an animation on a shoe and present it to the masses. This capsule collection was handcrafted by Naoko Takeuchi, the manga writer who created the Sailor Moon persona. Together with Choo’s creative director, Sandra Choi, a burst of energy was developed in the form of handbags and shoes highlighting personalities from the series. 

Naoko is hailed in the anime and manga community. The 56-year-old wanted to create a story surrounding a young female personality who possessed special powers along with her group of equally influential companions. Naoko tied together friendship, romance, and fantasy in a way that women could appreciate and relate to. In a 2013 interview with ROLa Magazine, Naoko admitted that while printing Sailor Moon in the Nakayoshi Magazine during the early 90s, men at the publication would try to dictate the clothing her characters wore and their overall appearance. However, Naoko shut this down, stating that she would not allow “old men” to decide how a story for young women would be written. Her bravery earned her the respect and adoration of her female counterparts worldwide. From that moment forward, Naoko and Sailor Moon represented girl power, something Jimmy Choo captured every step of the way.

Post source: The List

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