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Mai Lamore Couture Shoes

Mai Lamore Couture Shoes

Mai Lamore shoes mean feathered and bejeweled platforms, slinky panther, leopard sandals, golden heels, silk petals and precious stones. In an interview for the UK edition of Vogue, the French shoe designer explains the concept behind any of her shoes: "A shoe, more than any other clothing item, is an object that already exists before even being worn; shoes do not generally fold up or fall lifeless as most clothing items do when not worn. This 'object' quality has a certain mystery to it, akin to a sculpture with a life of its own. ... Read More

Trends in Shoes for Spring Summer 2009

Trends in Shoes for Spring Summer 2009

According to the new trends in shoes: wedges are still warm, but moving out; flats and gladiator sandals still in, platforms and stilettos have definitely shot up in height this summer. The new shoes are all about the details - ruffles, fringes, straps, buckles, prints, beads or flowers and sculptural or embellished heels - anything will go. Opt for high heels or platforms that will give you longer, leaner legs, while chunkier heels (block, stack or wedges) have the same effect and are easier to walk in. Gladiator sandals can be eas... Read More

Manolo Blahnik Designer Shoes

Manolo Blahnik Designer Shoes

Manolo Blahnik begins his career thanks to Paloma Picasso, who sets up a meeting with Vogue editor, Diane Vreeland. Since then, Blahnik is unstoppable, his shoes are worn by Jane Birkin, Charlotte Rampling, Angelica Houston or Lauren Bacall. In 1977 he opens his own boutique and his creations are described timeless - inspired by Visconti and Cocteau movies, Velazquez paintings, El Greco and Zurbarán, and creations of Balenciaga, Coco Chanel and Yves Saint Laurent. Therefore, a great artist has born, that creates his own signature... Read More