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When the thermometer starts topping 100 and not even an iced coffee will do, it’s time to reassess your fashion options. Of course, the heat and its effects can’t always be avoided, so it’s best to do what any girl would: fight back against the sun with shades and hats, cleverly apply bronzer and wear as few clothes as possible.
By Eva Medoff, July 6th, 2010
We mentioned Boxing Kitten’s pattern-crazy bodices and skirts before, but now the brand is coming out with a limited-edition shoe. Designed in collaboration with Osborn, the eco-friendly “Cheeky” shoe (the heel is made from recycled tires) takes the playful tribal patterns of Boxing Kitten and marries them with a summer oxford with open side panels. With only 50 pairs made (and going fast), each shoe is a model in exclusivity, signed by the cobbler that created it.
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Christian Louboutin’s sky-high heels may not seem like the best things to maneuver in on the dance floor. But that didn’t stop two leggy dancers—as well as Louboutin himself—from channeling Fred Astair in a new video on fashion website FASHIONAIR.
By Eva Medoff, March 15th, 2010
The warm weather bootie has provided a valuable option for those stuck in not-quite-warm and not-quite-cold spring weather. Mostly covered, except for a peep toe and some side cut-outs, Gucci’s “Clemence” high-heeled platform leads the pack in mossy-taupe leather. The blow of the 4.1-inch heel is softened a bit by a built-in wooden platform, giving the otherwise sleek leather look a slightly rustic feel. The “Clemence” shoe joins an entire arsenal of Gucci Spring 2010 platforms—in utterly wearable greys, blacks, whites and nudes. Available to purchase on the Gucci website, these leg-extending wonder shoes can be worn from sunny LA to dreary New York—provided it’s not raining.