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Altman - Red

Low-boots heel 7 cm

Altman - Red

Low-boots heel 7 cm

Regular price 260,00€
Regular price Sale price 260,00€

Altman - Red

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Size Guide

The Altman fits true to size. If you are between two sizes or have a wide foot, choose the size up.

35 2.5 4 34
36 3.5 5 35
36.5 4 5.5 35.5
37 4 5.5 36
37.5 4.5 6 36.5
38 5 6.5 37
38.5 5.5 7 37.5
39 5.5 7.5 38
39.5 6 7.5 38.5
40 6.5 8 39
41 7.5 9 40
42 8 9.5 41
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• Heel Height : 7 cm
• Printed Metallic red Nubuck et Blue and Gold Glitter 
• Leather insole and outsole

Note: The leather may show some irregularities. >

Who Am I?

Every season, thirty or so gems make their way into my collection. And I can confidently say that the Altman low-boot is certainly one of them. First of all, let's get back to the root of its name: Altman is indeed a fitting tribute to that brilliant American director, sometimes physically confused with the founder of KFC, Robert Altman, author of many salutary films, including The Long Goodbye and Short Cuts. But let's return to our sheep. Not the ones that lull you to sleep, but the silky ones that you want to hold in your arms. The Altman is the Patricia shoe par excellence. In other words, you slip them on and you automatically become another person, a self sublimated by all the little stardust scattered by my elves on the Altman. You'll look great in your seven-centimetre heels, which will give you a new look.

Material and Care

For the nubuck part, it's important to waterproof the material before the first use, and then frequently if you want to keep your shoes in good condition. Be careful to waterproof only the nubuck, as the glitter does not require any special care apart from attention and constant love. Avoid prolonged exposure to sun and water. Be sure to remove the protective plastic from the soles before wearing your shoes, once you're sure you won't be returning them for a refund, and don't wait too long to have your soles fitted with a no slip pad by an experienced cobbler.


Get your Patricia Blanchet on your feet at the speed of light, thanks to our Colissimo service, or opt for an in-store pick-up for those of you in a hurry!

FREE in-store pick-up: come and collect your items immediately after placing your order from our store at 20 rue beaurepaire 75010 Paris.

Colissimo delivery to a pick-up point in mainland France: from 4.90€, free for orders over 300€. Your parcel will be delivered within approximately 48 hours to the pick-up point of your choice (choice of pick-up point after payment), for all orders placed before 1pm, Monday to Thursday. Orders placed on Fridays after 1pm will be dispatched the following Monday*.

Colissimo home delivery in mainland France: 9€ (+2€ per additional pair), your parcel is delivered within 48 hours directly to the address of your choice, for all orders placed before 1pm, Monday to Friday. Orders placed on Fridays after 1pm will be dispatched the following Monday*.

Colissimo delivery to a pick-up point in Europe: between 10€ and 16€ per pair ordered, depending on the destination country. Delivery time of approximately 3 to 8 days depending on the zone of destination. Pick-up point availability depends on the country and area of residence.

Colissimo home delivery Europe:between 10€ and 16€ per pair ordered, depending on the destination country. Delivery time of approximately 3 to 8 days depending on the zone of destination.

Colissimo International Outside Europe and French Overseas Departments and Territories: delivery time of approximately 5 to 30 days depending on the destination country - indicative time**. The price varies according to the destination of the order.

For any problems with your parcel to France, you can contact the Colissimo service at 3631. If your parcel is destined for a country other than France, please contact +33 810 821 821.

*Shipping times may be longer during holiday periods and sales.

** The times indicated may be extended beyond our control depending on the destination country and its sanitary or political situation.


If you change your mind, you can return your order within 14 days* to Patricia Blanchet 20 rue Beaurepaire 75010 Paris - France, following the instructions provided with your order.

• free of charge at our Paris boutique in the 10th arrondissement.

• by post: for orders from France, Belgium, Luxembourg, Germany, Spain and Portugal: by logging into your account or via the returns portal with your order number, you can make your return request and download a return label which will be deducted from your refund.

• by post for other countries: the return is at your charge, as is the choice of carrier. Please follow the instructions provided with the return form.

To find out more, please consult our return policy.
Still have questions? Contact our customer service by email contact@patriciablanchet.com or by phone +33 (0)1 42 02 35 85.

**The 14-day period is calculated from the date your order is received at home, or from the date it is made available at a relay point.



I've never told you this before, but I was married for the first time at a very young age. It was an arranged marriage. In those days, my father David wasn't one for jokes. Then and now, I must say. But when I was 16, he was determined to get me married to a local boy. He dreamed of a big wedding for me. But for him too. Because we came from a poor family. And our neighbors were rich landowners with acres of fields. As far as the eye could see. Fields grazed by bison, horses and llamas. They traded their wool, selling it at high prices to wealthy Japanese importers.

My father had his eye on this land. He would have loved to build an F1 circuit and all the marquees needed to host such an event.

For my father, even though he had no money, dreamed big. He wanted to be the one to bring Formula 1 to Africa. To North Africa. And more specifically to Algeria. As a kid, he'd dreamed of Fangio, Lauda and James Hunt. This dream involved my marriage to the son of this great landowner who owned half the region.
On my birthday, we were introduced. The landowner's son, Karim, had gentle eyes and delicate manners, which were rare in these parts where roughness was often a mark of virility. But despite his kindness, my heart wasn't at a party. I was a rebellious soul, dreaming of adventure and distant horizons, not of a life confined within the confines of an arranged marriage.
Patricia Blanchet

On the eve of the wedding, when preparations were in full swing and my father had been working on the circuit plans, an old woman from the village, known for her wisdom and knowledge of herbal medicine, approached me.
She handed me a pair of leather boots, worn but of rare elegance.

"- These boots belonged to Altman," she said with a mysterious smile.

"- Altman?" I asked, intrigued.

"- Yes, Altman, the traveler. A man of modest stature but known for his inimitable style and sure tastes. He is said to have traveled the world, from the steppes of Mongolia to the forests of Amazonia. These boots, he said, had guided him along unknown paths and protected him in his most perilous adventures. They carry within them the strength of independence and the courage to follow one's own path ".

I looked at the boots, feeling their history and mystery wash over me. It was as if they were talking to me, inviting me to listen to my deepest desires rather than bending to the expectations of my father, who could already see himself racing cars and shaking hands with Prost or drinking with Nigel Mansell.

The next day, instead of heading for the altar, I put on Altman's boots and ran off at dawn.

I crossed fields and valleys, feeling a freedom I'd never known before. The boots seemed to guide me, giving me the strength to defy convention and pursue my dreams. 

Years later, now a recognized Queen of Shoes, I often told the story of Altman's boots, the symbol of my emancipation and independence. They had become much more than just shoes, they were a testimony to my journey towards freedom and self-determination.

I invite you to give them to yourself and let them become your best allies for a beautiful life like champagne.

Patricia Blanchet

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