When founder Edouard Clairvoy set up in business, in 1945, at 17 rue Fontaine, Montmartre, where the studio of Maison Clairvoy remains to this day, he became known as "the painter and shoemaker on the hill”. Through his meetings with top artists, he was introduced to the world of the stage and music hall, supplying the shoes for the dancers of the Moulin Rouge and Lido, in particular, from the 1960s onwards.
Among Maison Clairvoy’s customers are high-profile artists and institutions, in the spheres of film, television, theatre and circus, including dancers of the Paris Opera, artists of the Cirque du Soleil, actors and singers.
Professionals like the high technology, resistance, comfort, stability and appearance of their Clairvoy shoes, while individuals appreciate their elegance and exclusiveness.
Design and innovation are today in the talented hands of Nicolas Maistriaux and his team, whose exclusive production of footwear for individuals and professionals is born of carefully preserved expertise.