Beth Levine (1914 - 2006) is considered one of the most influential footwear designers of the 20th century. Frequently referred to as "The first Lady of American Shoes Design" she designed under the Herbert Levine label , (a company she co-owned with her husband). Levine is credited with re-introducing boots into women's fashion in the 1960s; and popularizing mules as a singing shoe style for the age. Nancy Sinatra wore Levine boots in publicity shots for the 1960s hit song These Boots Are Made for Walking'.
Beth Levine Shoes by Helene Verin