Designer Shoes: B Brian Atwood

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Adelaide Kane in B Brian Atwood Labrea sandals to the 2014 People’s Choice Awards. These heels feature thin white snakeskin covered cord straps, asymmetric design and 110mm heel. They’re a red carpet favorite also seen on Rooney MaraRita Ora and Lea Michele. Labrea is available in white & black at Shopbop, white at Bergdorf Goodman and metallic gold at Brian Atwood.

The young Australian actress from the hit series ‘Reign’ was one of my personal favorites wearing a Rhea Costa white cocktail dress with handmade floral lace embroidered on invisible mesh, corset-style waist, crepe cup sleeves and silk organza lined skirt from the Spring 2014 collection.

Adelaide put the finishing touches on this beautiful red carpet look with her hair pulled back in a carefree chignon. She also accessorized with a pink stained pout, Helmer jungle green snakeskin clutch and jewelry by Lia Sophia including a mother-of-pearl cocktail ring.

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Jaimie Alexander wore B Brian Atwood Catania ankle-strap sandals to the launch celebration of the limited-edition Banana Republic L’Wren Scott Collection. They’re from the Fall 2013 collection featuring mirrored rose gold patent leather, adjustable ankle-strap and 110mm heel. Catania is available at NordstromSaks Fifth Avenue and Brian Atwood.

The ‘Thor 2′ actress posed in a Maria Lucia Hohan desert tan stretch knit cocktail dress dress with a built-in bustier and creamy silk straps. Jaimie’s chin-length bob was styled in loose textured waves before finishing her look with a woven diamond cuff bracelet by Le Vian.

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Rooney Mara wore B Brian Atwood Labrea snakeskin sandals to the premiere of ‘Her’ at the 2013 Rome Film Festival. These asymmetric shoes feature thin snakeskin covered cord straps. We’ve also seen them on Rita Ora and Lea Michele. This style is sold out but you can shop new styles at Brian AtwoodShopbopSaks Fifth AvenueNordstrom & Neiman Marcus.

She’s the best dressed, possibly for the entire season wearing an ethereal Balenciaga crushed, pressed, and laser-cut white fabric designed with a sheer organza cape back veil & long overlay from the Spring 2014 collection. Rooney styled her hair in a sleek half-updo and polished off the look with a dark brow and sangria lip.

She added gold jewelry including a Jennifer Meyer thin diamond ring and thumb band by Carrie Hoffman.

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Rita Ora wore B Brian Atwood Labrea sandals to BBC Radio 1′s 2013 Teen Awards held at Wembley Arena in London. These heels feature white snakeskin covered thin cord straps and asymmetric design. Lea Michele recently wore the same style to an event last week. This style is sold out but you can shop new designs at Brian AtwoodShopbopSaks Fifth AvenueNordstrom & Neiman Marcus.

She looked lovely wearing a frilly Marchesa Spring 2014 embellished frock with soft iridescent organza floral appliqué completely covering floral printed white Chantilly lace. Rita’s hair looks even blonder and she just dyed it snowy white. Other accessories included a gold Cartier Juste un Clou bracelet, frosted pink pout and raspberry nails.

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Lea Michele wore B Brian Atwood Labrea sandals to ELLE’s 20th Annual Women In Hollywood Celebration in LA. These heels feature white snakeskin covered cord straps, and asymmetric design. We’ve also seen the Labrea on Holland Roden and Solange Knowles. This style is unfortunately sold out but you can find new styles at Brian AtwoodShopbop, Saks Fifth Avenue, Nordstrom and Neiman Marcus.

She was another best-dressed at this event wearing a Calvin Klein Collection Resort 2014 asymmetric cut-out strapless dress with a sand sheer nylon threaded jacquard skirt covered with colorful deconstructed stitching. Lea carried a woven raffia Breen minaudière by Kotur and also accessorized with Anita Ko jewelry including a gold diamond ear cuff and triangle stud earrings. I have a major crush on her creamy pale nude nail color which looks a lot like OPI’s ‘My Vampire is Buff’.

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Holland Roden wore B Brian Atwood Labrea sandals to the 2013 Veuve Clicquot Polo Classic in Los Angeles. These heels feature black hologram snakeskin covered cord straps, asymmetric design, acrylic stiletto and 120mm heel. This style is sold out but you can find a similar design with the same iridescent snakeskin at Zappos.

She posed wearing a Christian Cota Spring 2011 white jacquard high-low top paired with midnight blue pleated silk shorts. It’s hard to tell from this photo but her top, which also has symmetrical shoulder cutouts, is lined with a beautiful digital feathery print. For this daytime event, Holland chose a subtle makeup look highlighting her natural beauty and finished with a side-parted Rapunzel braid.

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Maria Menounos wore B Brian Atwood Catania sandals to the launch of Kellogg’s To Go drinkable breakfast shakes held at Flatiron Plaza. These heels are from the Fall 2013 collection featuring mirrored rose gold patent leather, adjustable ankle-strap and 110mm heel. Catania is available at Nordstrom, Bloomingdale’s, Saks Fifth Avenue and Brian Atwood.

She also wore a marigold knit ribbed cap sleeveless dress with a flared skirt. Maria’s sun-kissed brunette hair was styled in perfect summer waves and she also accessorized with an “M” initial rose gold necklace.

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Holland Roden wore B Brian Atwood Campisa sandals to the 2013 Young Hollywood Awards held at The Broad Stage in Santa Monica. These heels feature bronze snake-embossed leather, black suede and black patent leather straps. We’ve also seen the Campisa sandal on Bella Thorne & Carrie Underwood.

She went full out floral on this red carpet wearing a Edryss oil painting cotton long sleeve top paired with matching Diemond trousers. Her long ginger locks were pulled back in a sleek ponytail and she carried a Rachel Zoe Margaux minaudière from the Resort 2013 collection.

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Jayma Mays wore B Brian Atwood Linford open-toe booties to ‘The Smurfs 2′ LA premiere. They’re from the Resort 2013 collection featuring colorful floral printed satin, black suede laces and back-zip closure. Linford is now available in black lace at Brian Atwood.

While Britney & Katy opted for Smurf-inspired blue ensembles, I prefer Jayma’s colorful two-piece silk blend Spring 2013 outfit by Paper London. She wore a pink Trentino top plus a marigold Paris high-waisted flare skirt with a notched waistband (available in red). Jayma’s hair was pulled back in a wrapped ponytail and she also accessorized with a clear cocktail ring.

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AnnaSophia Robb wore B Brian Atwood Loreto sandals to the 2013 CMT Music Awards. These Spring 2013 heels feature blush satin, slim t-strap, two-tone crystal-encrusted straps and polished acrylic heel. Loreto is sold out however you can shop new styles at Brian Atwood.

She was one of the best dressed on this striped carpet wearing a delicate Georges Chakra couture lace mini dress with a rhinestone embellished tulle hem. Her modern princessy look was styled with Dana Rebecca JEB ikat shaped diamond stud earrings and Charlotte Olympia Pre-Fall 2013 Pearl Pandora acrylic box clutch.

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