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Last night, in conjunction with New York Fashion week, was Fashion’s Night Out. Anna Wintour was a key player in the organization of this event. I have read mixed reactions about it. One blog said that there was a lot of people, but not many purchases were made, that taxies, on the other hand, were the winners of the evening. Another blogger said the night was, a “huge success, bravo Ms. Wintour.” This post just shows who was doing what last night.
Here is Rhianna at the World of Giuseppe Zanotti boutique. Trying a little hard there, Rhianna?
It looked like a model was doing yoga in a display area. These boots are wedges, the outer edge has lattice cutouts while the inside edge is solid. Pretty cool.
This is Stuart and Jane Weitman at their boutique.
The shoe display at SW.
Camilla Belle, Nacho Figueras, Blake Lively and David Lauren at the Ralph Lauren Women’s store on Bleecker Ave. I noticed Ms Lively’s boots are probably the only boots on the street that are not black booties. I love both Camilla and Blake’s shoes.
Victoria Beckham posing to beat the band at Bergdorf Goodman. Giuseppi Zanotti is at the edge of the photo, wearing white Nikes. I love it.
Edited: Just for Shomore: This is Michelle Tractenberg, Designer Zanotti, Katy Perry and Rachel Bilson in World of Giuseppe Zanotti botique. He had been signing shoes all night long which explains the markers in his hand.
This is why ya gotta love New York.
The goal of Fashion’s Night Out was to encourage consumers to buy things. I am not sure if that goal was achieved, but it looks like everyone had a grand time.
Going to Saks’ Shoe Heaven is an experience, especially when they’re having a sale. The shoe floor is so big, it has its own zip code: 10022-SHOE! We’ve written about it before, but with this sale, it deserves a fresh look.
You take an express elevator (here’s a photo of Kellie Pickler in front of said elevator) to the eighth floor and start getting excited while you’re in the elevator, which says 10022-SHOE.
The shoe mecca has its own repair service, Charbonnel chocolate cafe and private room for VIP shopping. There is also a large selection of Roger Vivier bags and shoes against the wall adjacent to the VIP room. I don’t love the Vivier Pilgrim Pumps, but some of the bags are great.
The first thing that hits you when you come in is a tough, black, motorcycle-styled display by some of the most prominent shoe designers today, including McQueen, Choo and Louboutin. Yup, that trend is still rockin strong.
The above shoes are not on sale, unfortunately, but may be by this fall if there are any left.
I will post more photos later, but for now, I’d like for you all to know that it’s going on so you can check it out during your strolling midtown business lunch! Plenty of iconic Marni, Louboutin and Giuseppe Zanotti shoes were on sale. That means that shoes that range from a bottom of around $500 to a top of around $1500 were on sale for around $200 to $500. Not bad.
Don’t get me wrong, there weren’t only 7 to 7.5 shoes on sale, but like many women, that has always been my dream size (I’m an 8.5 to 9), so I snapped a photo of those in wishful thinking.
If you’re buying online, there’s free shipping on all orders with the code SFASUM9, only through today.
posted by: brianka in Boots, Chie Mihara Shoes, Fall 2008 Shoes, Giuseppe Zanotti Shoes, High heels, Hot Shoe Deals and Steals, Moschino Shoes, Piperlime, Platforms, Pour La Victoire, Pumps, Sandals, Sigerson Morrison Shoes, Spot the Shoe on Sale, Spring 2009 Shoes
Piperlime is having a 1-day ‘Secret Sale’ that gives an extra 20% off select sale items.
Among the eligible styles are:
(Boy, does this one make me regret …just a twinge… living within my budget.)
And finally, a shoe that I loved enough that it got it’s own blog entry:
…..gasp, it’s even in the electric blue…..must log off computer and lock up all credit cards immediately!
Oh, and lest I forget the most important detail: How to get the extra 20% discount? Use code “Just4U” at checkout.
Fine print: Offer valid online on Piperlime sale merchandise only, now through 11:59pm PT July 23, 2009 in the US only. Online code limited to one-time use. Offer not valid on final sale or the following select brands: designer brands, apparel brands, Frye, Brooks and Patagonia. Discount applies to merchandise only, not to Giftcard, packaging, applicable taxes, or shipping and handling charges. Not valid for cash or cash equivalent. No adjustments on previous purchases. Cannot be combined with other offers or discounts including employee discount.
posted by: Shomore in Giuseppe Zanotti Shoes
Your monitor is not playing tricks on your eyes. These Giuseppe Zanotti zipper boots have not one, not two, but four zippers. Functionality-wise, I’m a big fan of zippers and shoelaces. They help me ease my way into shoes and since my feet have a tendency to expand and shrink depending on the weather, shoelaces especially are wonderfully adjustable.
Sadly, these zippers appear to have no functional value. The description of the boots reads “simply pull on” but maybe that’s a good thing. Which zipper would I actually use with so many choices? Still, these boots are quite rockin’ and I’m already channeling my inner biker babe x 4.
Giuseppe Zanotti’s Zipper Ankle Boots are $975 at NetAPorter
Let the sales begin! That’s right, now that we’ve somewhat recovered from the winter sales, the spring sales are descending upon us. Amazon is having a super duper shoe sales on designer shoes – with some shoes sellling at an whopping 80% off.
Now, before I show you the incredible prices and selection, let me say that I performed some random comparison shopping for you. Compared to Zappos and also Endless (owned by Amazon) the prices are by far better on Amazon. Most likely, this might be because both Zappos and Endless allow free returns, whereas Amazon does not.
Without further ado, here are some of the shoes and brands on sale.
Giuseppe Zanotti Women’s I80021 Pump with Disco Heel; Originally $695; Now $138.
Anyways, you get my drift. There are about 28 designer shoe brands that you can choose from. If you have a particular designer that you prefer, try this shoe link to view the sale by brand.