Archive for the ‘Fendi Shoes’ Category
That’s right. Milan’s bringing us the goods Kreayshawn is too cool to sport. Not the Louis Louis part, but we’ve got the Gucci Gucci, the Fendi Fendi, and the Prada, and I like them in basically that order.
So I’m going to do the same.
Retro and glam, sure, but kind of ho-hum.
Love the architectural heel and the funky mix of materials, but there’s something very Banana Republic about this to me, and while I love me some Banana for wardrobe basics, it’s not really what I want to see from the runways.
But then we get to Prada. Oh, Prada, how delightfully quirky are your shoes. Always. Prada shoes can reliably be counted on to BRING IT, and this collection is no exception. It’s like a time travel trip via pink Cadillac to the coolest, sleekest 1950s diner there ever was. Hot rods and high fashion: the combination I never knew I wanted. And so I’m going to stop yammering and finish this post out with the Prada goodies. Kreayshawn, I don’t think this is footwear for basic bitches… just sayin’.
posted by: freePOrnaoa in Fendi Shoes
What do you think of the shoe below, readers? It’s a Fendi, and it looks comfy.
My question is, will it last more than one (or even two, at best) seasons of pounding the pavement at rooftop parties, patio picnics and post-brunch window shopping? The softness of suede means it’s also more vulnerable. Elastic usually means some stretching over time.
The 4-inch heel is resin — should be strong. No platform, so you are going to feel that height after a while of standing. But it’s a pretty, airy, comfortable shoe, especially for those with variable vertical thickness of feet by the toe. The vamp will stretch a bit with the size of your foot. And as for design, I think it’s edgy, modern, fun and has great color contrast and heel detail! Kind of looks like the shoe Wonder Woman would wear to a barbecue party…
posted by: brianka in Casadei Shoes, Christian Dior Shoes, Christian Louboutin Shoes, Diane von Furstenberg, Endless, Fendi Shoes, General, Giuseppe Zanotti Shoes, High heels, Kate Spade Shoes, Platforms, Prada & MiuMiu Shoes, Pumps, Sandals, Slingbacks, Spring 2011 Shoes, Valentino Shoes
Yes, I realize that Pantone released this press release months ago. But, mid-winter didn’t really feel like the right time to find the best examples of shoes in their 2011 ‘color of the year’.
The color in question: Honeysuckle.
Which, for those of us less picky about our nomenclature is a bright, vibrant, retro-80′s-trending, PINK!
The weather has turned warm in Northern California, I just got a pedicure, and I’m ready to wear cute dresses with adorable shoes to match! Saks Fifth Avenue totally has the best spring shoes! After spending hours looking online, I made my way to an actual store so I could be close to the shoes I’ve been loving online. Saks also has a “Friend and Family” 20% discount currently available (the code is FRIEND3). Some designers are excluded.
Here are some of my favorite Spring shoes currently available at Saks!
The feathers on these Diane von Furstenberg sandals are so fun! I like that a flat sandal can be a bit dressy.
Again, I’m really drawn to flat sandals that are not too casual. The zipper on these Belle by Sigerson Morrison shoes is so of the moment.
My love of the Elizabeth and James Crochet Lace-Up Ankle boots is very intense! They are so fun, and I actually think rather versatile!
These Alexander McQueen peep-toe flats are so Rock n’ Roll. The could totally become my everyday shoes.
And finally, a pair of shoes that is pure luxury! Silk tulle and suede – together! Fendi, you never disappoint!
posted by: HerberWellss in Boots, Brian Atwood, Burberry Porsum, Chanel Shoes, Christian Louboutin Shoes, Dolce & Gabbana Shoes, Dries van Noten Shoes, Fall 2010 Shoes, Fashion Week, Fendi Shoes, General, High heels, Kenzo, Marc Jacobs Shoes, Michael Kors Shoes, Nicholas Kirkwood Shoes, Platforms, Pumps, Roberto Cavalli Shoes, Rodarte Shoes, Shoe Trends, Slingbacks, Victoria Beckham Shoes
With the three major fall 2010 fashion events, New York, Milan and Paris, concluding, there were a few shoe trends that recurred in several collections. This is what we saw. Mad Men curves are in. Fur is in. Many of the big name fashion houses went with classic investment pieces that were timeless looking. Several of the lesser known houses had some beautiful and interesting pieces. Let’s look at some shoes – that’s why we are all here.
Pointy toe shoes are returning, so dust off your Guess “Carrie” shoes because we will be seeing more pointy toes in the future.
Valentino. There was a flat and a kitten heel also presented in this collection.
While stilettoes were seen, typically if the heel was high - especially boots -then it was a chunky heel. I love the stability chunky heels offer. Can you imagine tottering around in the above Vuitton shoes if the heel was pencil thin?
Erdem – love the print on these boots.
Not many wedges were seen, so I am guessing we will be seeing those phased out over the next couple of years.
Bottega Veneta featured this wedge on all the shoes.
Dries Van Noten. I LOVE this half wedge.
With the retro girly-fication of the styles no tough girl platforms were necessary.
Lanvin (Arguably the best line of the season.)
But lots of platforms were presented.
Christian Louboutin for Phillip Lim
Brian Atwood for Victoria Beckham.
There must have been 10 different colors of this shoe because Mrs. Beckham likes to match her shoes to her dress. These shoes are nice but nothing to hyper-ventilate over. Her dresses were nice, wearable, and pretty.
Over the knee boots will be around for a while. We saw over the knee boots in several presentations. Since this is the fall season, we should not be surprised.
Burberry Prorsum presented some of the season’s favorite boots.
Statement shoes were everywhere.
If you are a chiropractor, you NEED these shoes.
Nicholas Kirkwood for Rodarte
Chanel. Notice the ice heel.
Chanel’s show, in my opinion was one of the goofiest ideas I think I have ever seen. Uncle Karl shipped a glacier from Sweden to Paris, had it sculpted it for the runway, put it on a swimming pool type platform, then the models walked through about an inch of melting glacier water. He presented some beautiful suits, IF you could see past the heinous fake fur that accompanied these outfits. Global warming, glaciers melting, save the furry animals was the message of this show. Here’s the thing. 1) Lagerfield used more fur in Fendi than virtually any other collection, so why use cheap looking fake fur with Chanel. 2) The carbon footprint of this show was massive and the power it took to present this show could have powered a small country. (Here is where I usually go off on my global-warming-leadership-hypocrasy tirade, but I won’t because you came here to see shoes.)
OK, I rarely look at purses, but I WANT THIS PURSE.
Forgive me for this long post, but there were so many beautiful shoes, and even more beautiful outfits. I wanted to show them all to you but that isn’t possible.