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25 October 2010
Beatrix Ong is queen of simple yet hugely effective styling, and we're big fans of the 'closed' version of her iconic Origami shoes. 'Kiri' is a more grown-up variation of the better-known style, with a lower heel and a more subtle folded paper shape on the
25 September 2010
It's a beautiful autumn day, and we're here at Vodafone London Fashion Weekend with an eye on the best bargains on all the designer swag, with a special interest (as ever) in shoes. There's plenty here to keep us happy, so if a footwear bargain would make your
13 August 2010
Beatrix ong created some of the most gorgeously simple yet elegant designs in the spring/summer 2010 period, and now fashion turns its fickle eye towards the autumnal collections on the horizon at London Fashion Week, quite a few of these lovely styles have
12 July 2010
We're not sure where Tori Spelling got those fabulously luxurious golden-yellow shoes, but that hasn't stopped us going off to find some sunny-coloured footwear of our own. Yellow is a seasonal colour that always generates interest around this time of year, and
29 July 2008
I love Beatrix Ong, their shoes are the right mix of girlie, chic and sexy. Now the designer who's worked with Jimmy Choo, has opened her flagship store in London. We learn a little about Beatrix through her store manager, who also shows us her latest shoe
17 March 2008
Over at Catwalk Queen today we're going mad for florals as part of our Spring Summer trends rundown this week. These Beatrix Ong heels are pretty decadent with their purple satin bow and patterned velvet but the simple proportions give them wearability.
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