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What do you think, readers? Is this LV a “Mais Oui!” or an “Ah, Non!”?
I love the combo of a classic menswear shoe with a sexy women’s heel, so for me this is a “Mais Oui!”
What makes the deal even sweeter for me is the red platform and the slightly strange black stripe. I like how it doesn’t go all the way around but sort of ends bizarrely at an arbitrary point. It makes this shoe more special.
Louis Vuitton Sally Lace-Up Pump, $1,680, Louis Vuitton stores.
posted by: Shomore in Louis Vuitton Shoes
While I’m not typically a fan of in-place marketing, I think this ‘shoot’ is done tastefully. Haven’t we always wondered how those tiny Smurfs keep their white outfits so clean and doesn’t every girl need her accessories?
Source: Harper’s Bazaar
I have to file these under “So Cool but So Impractical and Likely to Catch on Things” in my Shoe Files.
Satin, with 4.4 inches, with a padded insock and a leather sole, this shoe is made to sashay.
The beads are beaded by hand into what LV calls a “zebra-stripe pattern,” fitting the rest of their safari theme currently. I don’t see the zebra so much, but hey, they’re trying to make it all work together. Wild heels are what they have right now, including the crazy zebra heel with ears I tried on.
posted by: freePOrnaoa in Louis Vuitton Shoes
From allusions to controversial film The Night Porter (most evident in the caps with masks, but also in the rubber and dominatrix references) to schoolgirl looks with ponytails, this was a gigantic collection of so many looks and transitions that I felt like it had been going on for 40 minutes. But everything was very cohesive.
One of my favorite looks, at left. I love his usage of jewel tones, the creative fabrics and shapes, and especially his play with lines in this collections. Jodphurs with stripes were also slimming, much like the hourglass-creating jacket at left. And god I love the shine on those pretty green boots!
The shoes were sexy and dark, with boots abounding. Leather contrasted with fabric on the same boot, creating a lush-meets-hard effect.
In case you didn’t think Marc was a true master, watch the full show here.
Magnificent shoes after the jump! (and a bag or two…)
The Louis Vuitton SS2011 runway was a collage of Chinoiserie and African references – lots of beading, lush brocades, dimensional fur and fringe effects, all in vibrant color mixes. And the shoes? Well, as usual, Marc Jacobs keeps things surprising and original. But, while that helps to keep us from getting bored, it also often leaves me taking days or even weeks to decide if I like the shoes he is presenting in any given season.
On a positive note, the SS2011 Louis Vuitton shoes do not have me drawing back in horror as I did for the fuzzy-tasseled shoes Marc Jacobs created for last spring’s SS2010 LV collection.
And, if the giraffe-leg stiletto isn’t working for you, there were also chunkier tiger (zebra?)-striped heels as well as these fringe-beaded heels on view as well. I’m not sure if I could find an occasion to wear them. But they certainly are exuberant and youthful.
Are these practical for most wardrobes? Perhaps not. But, they certainly are artful.
What do you think?