Designer Shoes: Embellishment

Jimmy Choo continues the suede and crystal embroidery sandals from the spring collection but brings it to a whole new level. continue reading

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Sergio Rossi’s resort 2011 collection is a perfect balance of color, substance and detail necessary for the summer season. continue reading

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Brian Atwood’s resort 2011 collection is full of variety and it’s definitely predicting a very fun summer. continue reading

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Barbara Bui’s Fall/Winter 2010 accessory collection is extremely ornate and also sporty with an urban feel. continue reading

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Earlier this season we spotted Leighton Meester in the Pierre Hardy jeweled platform sandals & last night we saw Jada Pinkett-Smith wearing them to the Karate Kid premiere. Who do you think wore them better? Vote: [poll id=”2″] pierre hardy

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Details: United Nude Lo Res 3D Pumps | 4.3″ heel | Available in several colors united nude

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Ruthie Davis‘ shoes make me smile! She isn’t afraid to use bold candy colors that exude such a cheerfulness. Similar to Davis’ use of color she also uses a ton of embellishment and straps. I’ve read a lot on Davis … continue reading

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Bruno Frisoni’s spring collection was filled with an array of textures including leather, suede, silk, elastic, patent leather and more. He’s the creative director for Roger Vivier and has worked for designers including Jean-Louis Scherre, Lanvin, Christian Lacroix and Yves … continue reading

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Behnaz Kanani uses a strong color palette, unique textures and bold architectural shapes to create a stunning collection. Kanani’s heels are handcrafted in Italy and made from uncommon materials. Kanani said in an interview with WWD, ” I use mostly … continue reading

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Nicholas Kirkwood, Jerome C. Rousseau & Behnaz Kanani are my favorite footwear designers right now. Rousseau’s work is so brilliant. I love the different textures and colors he uses. In this spring collection you will find a lot of glitter … continue reading

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