Liam Fahy

Liam Fahy’s shoes are sold worldwide and are on average some of the most expensive shoes in the world.

Liam was born to an Irish father an and English mother in Zimbabwe. For part of his childhood he lived on a small snake farm, in the small suburb of the capital know for African stone sculptors, musicians and painters in what ultimately laid the foundations of his creativity.

Whilst at Demontfort University Liam was awarded several prestigious design awards in Italy, London and Africa for his conceptual based designs. After graduating with a host of awards, Liam won the first IMG’s Fashion Fringe Award, selected by Manolo Blahnik and worked alongside Rupert Sanderson. Soon after he started his own brand and has since been awarded the British Fashion Councils NewGen (previous recipients include Alexander McQueen, Sophia Webster, Erdem, Simone Rocha, Christopher Kane, JW Anderson etc.)

Each one of Liam Fahy’s shoes are hand made in limited editions using the finest Italian tanneries and artisans in the world (used by Manolo Blahnik, Jimmy Choo, Givenchy, Dior etc). Each piece is embellished with a nickel sole signature that takes twice as long to produce compared to any other designer shoe. It is this unsurpassed attention to luxury and quality that makes each piece not only authentic in quality but original in style.

© Liam Fahy.

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