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10 March 2011
We were quite delighted by Miu Miu's runway footwear this season: the glitter-dipped ankle boots were used with every outfit in the collection, which reminded us what a gloriously useful style the trusty 'bootie' can be, and that we should buy lots of them in
9 March 2011
Lanvin took to the Paris runway this weekend with a dark and vaguely Gothic collection that featured over-sized hats, big capes and some truly amazing chunky silver jewellery. But we're here to talk about the shoes, so let's cast our eyes downwards for a moment
8 March 2011
[Images: Style.com] With a few notable exceptions including Burberry, much of footwear interest on the runways this season was not so much focused on the shoes themselves, but on the interplay between shoes and hosiery. Jaeger's dazzling colour block effect, f
2 March 2011
[Images: Style.com] Gucci's recent catwalk show in Milan had two primary influences, according to Vogue: Anjelica Huston and Florence Welsh. This formidable meeting of styles brought us a show that was both vampish and retro, and the footwear had just the righ
22 February 2011
[Images: GETTY] If one shoe style really stood out at most of the A/W shows, it had to be the wedge, which continues bravely in its campaign to out-do the stiletto. Most shoes, even the high heels, could be described as 'substantial' this season, and both gues
22 February 2011
Topshop Unique's show ushered in a category of footwear we've not yet seen on the runways this season: shoes you could actually wear - quite comfortably - when out and about in your daily life; an oddly refreshing spectacle after days of impossibly high platforms
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