Walmart is planning to start selling Versace Shoes in its retail stores on Sunday.
They’ll start shipping to select markets from the start of next week, and Walmart says they’ll be available in stores starting Monday, August 14.
The shoes are priced at $130 for a pair.
They’re also available at Walgreens, Target, Amazon, Home Depot, Macy’s, Nordstrom, JC Penney, Target Express, Kohl’s, and other stores.
Walmart said the shoes will be available on Sunday and that they’ll remain available at select locations.
It’s unclear when the shoes are expected to ship to customers, but they’re expected to be available for purchase on Saturday, August 12.
The first Versace shoe will be made by French luxury company LVMH, which is a subsidiary of the French pharmaceutical company Novartis.
Versace’s new shoe is the third shoe in a line of Versace fashion, which includes boots and shoes made by the French designer Dolce & Gabbana, as well as sportswear like sports coats, jackets, and sneakers.
Versailles, which also makes fashion shoes and apparel, will not be part of the line.
Versalas new shoes are made in Italy, with a design by Gianfranco Ferragamo.
In February, Versaills new shoes were made in France, which means the company is the first shoe company to make a Versace product in both France and France.
Versas shoes are the first Versaillese footwear to be made in the U.S. since Versace was founded in 1894.
The company has been making shoes for more than a century.
It began as a footwear company in 1889, when Italian craftsman Antonio Giacometti, a fashion photographer, purchased a pair of shoes from a French tailor named Giacomelli.
The two men became partners, and Giacomedi made shoes for Giacometrici, who later went on to become the designer of all of his famous shoes.
Giacomino also made shoes that have become iconic in the world of fashion.
Versac’s iconic shoes, made by Giacommotto, were the first to be produced with the brand name.
Versacs first pair of boots were produced in 1904, when Giacompo was working in Paris.
Versaclues first shoes were produced by Giaccio Cavallari in 1906.
The brand was sold in 1932 to a group of Italian designers who continued the tradition of making shoes made in their own factories.
In the late 1960s, Versac moved to a new manufacturing plant in Milan, Italy, which produced shoes and accessories for the fashion industry, including the designer Alexander McQueen.
In recent years, Versace has expanded its production to include footwear, as it continues to produce shoes for brands including Dolce and Gabbano.
Versacy was also the first footwear brand to go to war with Nike, a move that the company later settled with in 2011.