Tag Archives: Footwear

Iconic Price & Style: D'Orsay Flats

Right after Fashion Week in February I met with the Lyst team at Soho House in West Hollywood. One of the directors had a bag from Satine—the fashion emporium in Los Angeles— in her hands. Inside were a pair of D’Orsay flats from Jenni Kayne.

“They make your feet bleed for 48-hours, but afterwards they’re the most comfortable things ever,” she said.

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    Talking Shoes w/ Designer Charlotte Olympia at Neiman Marcus

    At the end of last year I had the honor of sitting down with the charming and elegant shoe designer Charlotte Olympia at Neiman Marcus in Beverly Hills. The petite and mildly shy designer, who is known for her towering heels and self-described, “nostalgic and whimsical designs,” dished to ICON about why she started designing shoes, her latest collection and the affable humor behind her footwear.

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      On Sneakers w/ Celine's Phoebe Philo

      I vividly remember my great-aunt cleaning her white Reebox trainers with a toothbrush once a week. An extremely thin woman, she insisted on walking between my school on 96th Street in NYC to my grandmother’s (her sister) World Trade Center office everyday for lunch. She said she needed comfort

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        Shoe Porn: Pierre Hardy Look Book - Color, Straps & High Heels (Plus, Some Bags!)

        I’ve loved Pierre Hardy for a long time now. In my mind we’re secret lovers, or maybe that’s just because I love the shoes? Either way when I received their Fall/Winter look book, I fell in love all over again. This collection was in a word, iconic. Fierce, futuristic and fabulous, a must-have for any shoe

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          Kathryn Amberleigh: Affordable Designer Shoes

          Part of my job as a fashion blogger is to bring you the best quality items at the friendliest prices. When I was in high school, my mother became obsessed with a small shoe store on Madison Avenue that offered quality shoes, unique designs and expert quality at around $400. While that’s not exactly cheap,

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