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9 November 2011
The trend for having soles in a contrasting colour began in menswear, but we're seeing a lot of it appearing on ladies shoes now that masculine chic is in vogue. What do you think of this trend? Does it add or take away from the over-all look of the shoes, and
26 October 2011
A year ago, I shudder to think what any self-respecting shoe lover would have said if I suggested she go out during the day (or, heaven forefend, the evening) in slippers. However, with remarkable rapidity, we've mostly come around to wearing this 'old man'
19 October 2011
These boots are from Missoni's latest footwear offering: a loud, proud pair of python-embellished creations with a crazy crochet-covered block heel. I think it's fair to say we've never seen anything like it, although I've a feeling I may have done (at the
12 October 2011
As gravity-defying heel free shoes make a return to the catwalk, we're seeing a fresh crop of bizarre (if a little more wearable!) shoes appear on the shop shelves. One of the biggest trends this season is hollow wedges: a cut-out variant of the full wedge that
14 September 2011
It's a straightforward enough question this week: do you like the chunky soles on Sonia Rykiel's latest footwear collection or don't you? Plenty of designers are adding bounce to their shoes at the moment but Rykiel has gone about it in a particularly exaggerated
31 August 2011
These shoes need little in the way of introduction: their bare-faced gold and silver cheek speaks for itself (isn't there a rule against that?) and that brown panel on the back is standing out for all to see, like an old 70-style elbow patch. There really is
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