Jerry Edouard shoes was a line of shoes made by Jerry Miller, the grandson of shoe doyen I. Miller. His shoes were made in Greece from 1969 to 1973. I suspect this picture (below) of Tina Turner in c. 1970 shows her wearing an identical pair of Jerry Edouards shoes identical to the pair (left) from the Fashion History Museum collection.
From a snippet in the ‘Arizona Republic’ from Feb. 24, 1970 found by Lynne Ranieri, Jerry Miller is introduced as the president of Edouard Jerrold International Inc. He explains the ‘Jerry Edouard’ shoes are “…designed by an English girl, Moya Bowler…” The article later states that Jerry Miller spends a lot of time in Europe, visits the Greek factory often, and maintains that “London still sets the trend for young women…”