This isn’t the first time high-end designers have taken an interest in locksmithing. Take, for example, the traditional padlock that has been luxury jewelry brand Tiffany & Co.’s trademark since the late 19th century. Then fast-forward to the early 20th century, when designer Elsa Schiaparelli used padlocks as a signature of her namesake brand, reimagining the utilitarian tools as surrealist, abstract accessories. Over the years, some of fashion’s most iconic bags — like Hermes’ Birkin, Saint Laurent’s Sac du Jour, Chloé’s Paddington, and Louis Vuitton’s Speedy — have also featured padlocks and keys. On the shoe front, Givenchy’s Shark Lock boots have become one of the most celebrity-favorited padlock pieces of the last decade.