Following fashion foot by foot. This is all about shoes.
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I fall for the soft curve of the heel.
Dior gives us red from head to toe next spring.
Well, well, well - hello there gorgeous!
Mugler goes to a futuristic Japan for resort 2013. And the shoes? Transparent details.
And now I lost count of the number of designers going transparent…
It seems like the flat sandals from Christopher Kane survives yet another season.
Transparent shoes are flooding the resort collections. These from Azzaro.
Small bows, big bows, silk bows, leather bows and bows on shoes. The resort collection from Victor & Rolf is filled with - yes you guessed it - bows, but in a subtle “not too girlish” way.
Shoes are well hidden under superior cut trousers in the Alexander McQueen resort collection. And the ones that shows are more modest than what I normally expect from the McQueen team.
You can notice that the resort collections are getting important, just look at Cavalli. A complete collection with everything from day to evening. And some superior shoes.
Richard Chai fell in love with Nike trainers and styled the resort collection with them. A upcoming collaboration in the making?
Truly Marniesque and shoes are certainly in focus.
Effortless elegance from Fendi. And transparent heels.
I see a lot of footwear creativeness in the resort collections, here a playful take on black and white patterns from Versace.
The shoes reflects the N°21 collection, somewhat sporty, somewhat elegant, somewhat edgy. And I want these shoes now. Please!
Refined is the word I would use for Narciso Rodriguez resort collection.