I must give credit to my aunt for introducing me to On Pedder. On Pedder, named after the street the first shop was opened on, is a high end accessories boutique located in several asian countries (when will they hit the US?). Bi-annually, they publish a magazine called Pedderzine which showcases the latest fashion accessories. The latest publication, by integrating nature with accessories, is simply far out.
A spoof of a Natural Geographic cover with Dries Van Noten sandals. By itself the sandals are flirty and girly. Against the gray city backdrop and on top of what might (for a novice like me) look like an oil rig, the shoes remind me of the rainbow of colors that oil leaves behind.
I’m terrified of bugs and reptiles, but have to make an exception here.
Spider, ewwwh. Repetto sandals that looks like spiders, ahhhh!
Alexander McQueen patent sandals. This is one moth I’d love to have in my closet.
Jimmy Choo Python Sandals as a bee.
A knee high version of the gladiator Givenchy sandals we blogged about earlier this week. The slinky effect reminds me of a serpent or black snake rearing its head.
And lest you think we only blog about shoes, there were also a ton of other noteworthy accessories that must be showcased. Including:
Golden Goose Leader handbag. Any entomologists reading the blog? I have no idea what bug this is, but it’s gruesome.
Wouldn’t it be great if all caterpillars morphed in python hoop earrings?
Or if cockroaches rocked these designer sunnies?
And last, these Chloe booties really do blend well as a part of the spinal cord.