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Shoe CRAZE I Giuseppe Zanotti X Delfina Delettrez Shoe Collection

We’re getting a look at the full collection from Giuseppe Zanotti, which includes flats, pumps and boots. The collection is super classic–a change in pace for both–but makes its mark with unique detailing, including a little hand from Delttrez’ s”Anotomik collection” clutching the shaft of the boot. According to Fashionlvr, the shoes will soon be on sale at Luisviaroma.


Shoe CRAZE | Cesare Paciotti ‘Sole Art’ Collection Autumn/Winter 2010

I am proud to introduce Cesare Paciotti. Not at all new to the shoe game, the brand recently launched a sole art collection for Autumn/Winter 2010, where the footwear’s sole is adorned with a lace pattern as a nod to 80s glamour and corseterie.

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Shoe CRAZE | Marc Jacobs Resort 2011

Ladies, take a look at these styles from the Marc Jacobs Resort Collection. Marc Jacobs used popular resort silhouettes such as sandals and flats but added his own flair to them. The brooch, pointed toe and bronze color makes a heavily utilized flat silhouette very noticeable. Let us know which of the three you like!


July 15, 2010 1 comment

SHOE CRAZE | Versace Fall’10

Suede Multi-Colored Pointed-Toe Pump

Light and Navy Blue Granny Boot

Purple Suede and Patent Leather Ankle Boot

Red Patent Leather Ankle Boot

For the Fall, Versace increases the glam factor by using mostly stiletto and chunky heels. Compared to the Fall 2009 collection, the heels have brighter eye-catching colors and uses a variety of materials such as suede and patent leather. What do you think?

SHOE CRAZE | Ginza Luxe Fall’10

Ginza Luxe creates heels that conciliates womens’ need for high heels, comfort and versatility. Ginza Luxe’s motto is to make a woman believe that she “has the world under her feet”.

SHOE CRAZE | Versace Cruise 2011

June 23, 2010 1 comment

The heels from Versace’s 2011 Cruise takes style cues from the 2010 Spring Collection. Just like the heels from Spring they are sexy, colorful and are influenced by the Sixties. It looks like the Mod Movement is here to stay.