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27 June 2012
Cowboy boots will always hold a certain appeal, being a 'classic' style that evokes a particular era and attitude. These cut-down cowboys from Luxury Jones, however, are something quite new: we've never seen boots festooned with quite so many belts and ties
25 April 2012
Cool kids wore them in the '90s, cyber Goths never stopped wearing them, and they've been lurking just below fashion's radar ever since. Now, it seems that Buffalo's iconic platform trainers could be making a tentative come-back, and we have to admit here at
4 April 2012
If the high street shops are anything to go on, everybody should be about three inches taller this summer, as these thick-soled canvas lace-ups are everywhere. I've not seen many on actual feet as yet, but can only assume someone's buying them as new styles in
28 March 2012
The 'Under the Sea' trend championed by Mary Katrantzou and others on the spring/summer 2012 catwalks is still making waves on the season's clothes and accessories, and it's just washed up at Miss Selfridge where you can get these 'Flounder' seahorse sandals.
21 March 2012
Fashion loves breaking its own rules, and this year it's as if all the biggest designers are out on a rampage, smashing up those style stereotypes with sledgehammers! Blue and green should never be seen? Actually, we saw them a year ago and people went for it
13 March 2012
Big, naturalistic florals are back on our shoes (and almost anything else we might wear) this season, but are you ready to welcome them into your wardrobe just yet? After years of stylised, cartoony flowers and patterns in general these photo-realistic prints
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