Here’s a roundup of this week’s shoe news items.
Chanel’s famous two-toned shoe turns 50. Always keeping the enterprising business woman in mind, these shoes can match multiple outfits. So smart, Coco!
Everyon’s seen shoefiti, right? Shoes tied together with their laces hanging over power lines. Where does that trend come from? Well, there have been lots of ideas and theories, and they’re all discussed in this article.
How about a coy Heidi Klum posing for Arena magazine in nothing but her Louboutins. No full exposure here, though… well, except of the shoes.
Here’s why middle-aged men wear Crocs…
Diane Von Furstenberg is the queen of the wrap dress… a quick way to look casually elegant. And now, she’s about to design a line of shoes. She says ”I wanted to create shoes for the woman on-the-go and always on her feet” and I, for one, can’t wait to see if that’s (hopefully) going to mean some sensible heels and/or flats.
Do you worry about stinky feet? Especially in summertime when our feet (and the rest of us) sweat more. Well, worry no more. Check out Shoe Pure 100. It’s a funky little Japanese invention that dries out your shoes and looks cool while doing it.
And with that, dear readers, your friendly neighborhood Shoebloggers are off to Las Vegas for the WSA Show and The Collections at WSA, where we will be packing in the booth visits to see what all kinds of companies are coming out with for Spring/Summer 08. We’ll be back on Wednesday with all kinds of new info and dish on all kinds of new shoes.