Following fashion foot by foot. This is all about shoes.
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Tricky to walk in, sculptural or barley there sums up to shoes at Prada. And to say that they are more art than wearable might not be an understatement.
I believe I was in some kind of shoeshock after Gucci’s show. But here they are, the most exquisite and killer cool strappy sandals you could dream about.
Can it be more cohesive than at Max Mara? Head to toe looks most certainly. But I really like the braided details of these shoes.
London Fashion Week is almost over and it’s time for Milan and Gucci is on tomorrows schedule.
Schedule for MFW here.
The fashion circus is moving from Milan to Paris and I wonder if the doom and gloom will travel with it or if Paris will be a totally different story.
From the italian runways the shoes at Missoni where my favorites. Which were yours?
“Heavy” is normally not the first word that comes to mind when thinking of a Cavalli collection. But it was heavy this time around. Heavy in spirit, heavy in fabrics and heavy in layering.
Even the shoes felt a bit heavy.
Masculine footwear with a feminine touch @ Giorgio Armani
Joyous, ladylike and edgy. Just as the collection from Dsquared2.
Oh yes, just give them to me!
You can trust Frankie Morello for some kick-a** shoes.
(Sorry but is there any other suitable word to describe them?)
Shoes for a princess backstage @ Dolce & Gabbana
I do not envy the models having to struggle with the steep stairway @ Missoni. But I do envy the shoes.
Just a little bit futuristic from Byblos.
A sense of art deco @ Marni.
Classic footwear @ Pucci.