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4 January 2012
We ran a Yay or Nay about flatform shoes when they first became a 'thing' early in 2010, and were not at all surprised when the vast majority of readers said they hated them. They're not an easy style to love, it has to be said! But the Voice of Fashion has
21 December 2011
We love Christian Louboutin (well, duh) and we're loving slippers at the moment, too. Just check out all these beautiful styles that are based around frumpy house-shoes yet are somehow super glamorous. Surely the two put together should be a combined powerhouse
14 December 2011
As far as we're aware, Vivienne Westwood is the only designer to successfully pull off this look, but it still isn't to everybody's tastes. 'Toes' on shoes have never really caught on, just as the trend for individual-toed socks only enjoyed brief popularity:
7 December 2011
Susie Lau of the infamous Style Bubble has recently turned her hand from blogging to designing, and the results have blown us away. So much so that we're really not sure what we think! In particular, we're stumped on this rather post-modern looking platform
23 November 2011
Bling Backs, for the uninformed, are sparkly ornaments that you clip on to your shoes to make them more party-friendly. The idea is that you place them at the heel, giving the effect of a whole new shoe and reducing the need to pack additional evening-wear when
16 November 2011
Christopher Bailey's footwear from the recent S/S '12 runway shows have now hit the shelves of a few select retailers, and we spotted these beaded high heeled sandals over at Net-a-Porter earlier this week. Obviously out of season, they have a relaxed summer
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