Following fashion foot by foot. This is all about shoes.
I don't own credits for the photos, I just want to share my love for shoes. If you see your photo here and would like to claim credits for it, please let me know and I'll be happy to link you!
Bye, bye doom and gloom! Raf Simons @ Jil Sander takes a route of their own for fall.
Clean cuts, pastells and feminitity in the must stunning way.
And if rumours are right, it’s unfortunately also bye bye to mr Simons at Jil Sander.
The Donatella show yesterday was filled with fetishistic and gothic attitude and fishnet boots seemed totally natural.
If anyone believed (or hoped) that the wedge was to disappear from the shoes scene. The fall collections tells another story.
At Sportmax it was nothing but wedges.
Boots with the illusion of being a shoe @ Bottega Veneta.
You can trust the team at Just Cavalli for putting some glam into your life.
Another collection with references to the victorian era @ Etro. Muted color palette, lots of high-necked cuts and all in all a demure feeling.
Shoes came with shields, a reccuring theme on the fall runways.
The accent color @ Moschino?
Yes, you are right, bright red is seen throughout the collection.
There where absolutely nothing minimalistic about the Prada collection. Except for the pristine and crisp cut and tailoring.
Shoes, out of this world! Every single one of the vertigo inducing shoes where pieces of art.
Nice color combination makes these Fendi boots a winner.
Inspired by the classic two toned victorian boots @ Fendi.
Okay, there is something going on with legwarmers (guess there is a new and more fashion forward word for them out there somewhere) in Milan right now.
These @ Blugirl.
… match materials, details or colors. Your imagination is the limit.
…add a “leg-warmer” that build off your outfit…
At Max Mara we get a master class in how to maximize the use of our shoe wardobe.
Start with a classic ankle wrap…
Über sleek @ Alberta Ferretti