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24 May 2012
Curious to know what high street haven Schuh has in store for shoppers in Autumn/Winter 2012? We went along to their press day this week to check out what's coming - expect tall heels, mega platforms, glitter, neons, winter wedges, stars and a few new brands we
23 May 2012
Today, the Shoewawa crew got down to Office's press day to see what the popular high street spot has in store for us for autumn/winter 2012. There were several themes going on: a 1990s-inspired neon tinged room with lots of slick, pared-down glamour, a country
11 May 2012
Like your shoes glittery? Love your brogues? If the answer to either of these questions is 'yes', then you're sure to love what Russell & Bromley have in store for autumn winter 2012. There's a really strong theme running throughout the collection (which includes
10 May 2012
Kurt Geiger's shoes seem to get more adventurous and impressive every season, and as we move into autumn and winter it's going to be higher heels, bigger platforms and more glitz and glamour than ever before. The brand, whose current summer collection is awash
4 May 2012
It already feels like winter, so why not embrace the colder season with an early glimpse of what we can expect from Jones the Bootmaker later on in the year? The British brand has always been a go-to choice for autumn boot buying on the high street, and for
20 April 2012
House of Harlow have carved out a laid-back yet luxurious niche in embellished flat moccasins that are tough enough to wear anywhere, and for the autumn winter season the popular flat styles are set to return. But there's a distinctly more dark and gothic angle
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