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Since we’re all going to be told to “Bow Down” to Beyoncé all summer, we might as well start getting familiar with her footwear, amiright? Stuart Weitzman has just released sketches of two of the shoes he designed for Bey’s “Mrs. Carter Show” World Tour, which kicks off tonight in Serbia, and we know two things for sure. One is that we’d fall flat on our faces trying to bust a move in heels like these, and the other is that the 3-D versions are going to kick some serious ass.
Everyone hit the fan when images of the Pierre Hardy x Nars nail polish collection were released. While the collab does indeed look cool, why wait until May 1 for it to drop? Check out our picks for matchy-matchy pedicures and footwear you can start sporting now.
Well, this makes us nervous. In a weird spin on the old “Red Shoes” fairytale, in which the main character dances to death in her favorite pair of shoes — we’re being loose here — a Japanese man apparently tried to commit homicide and shoe-icide by pouring hydrofluoric acid into the heels of a woman he was obsessively stalking.
Jenna Lyons is six feet tall, so she certainly doesn’t need five-inch stilettos for the height. In the latest “J.Crew On Film” video, Lyons reveals just how many pairs of shoes she owns, gives us a glimpse at how the brand’s shoes are made, and explains how important heels are to a woman.
As much as we love fashion and beauty, there are some things we just can’t wrap our minds around. In today’s edition of WTF, we’re highlighting Harper Seven Beckham‘s shoe collection worth nearly $2,300, nail polish that has to be refrigerated, and fancy kneepads.
Pope Benedict XVI has to give up his red (but not Prada!) loafers upon retirement, and while we’re definitely going to miss those snazzy shoes of his, we found some great alternatives for ourselves. Bonus: one of them is actually Prada.
Proenza Schouler is a go-to brand for cult accessories, and its forthcoming shoe line with new licensor Iris SpA is definitely going to be an immediate hit.
Nonagenarian Iris Apfel is dominating the fashion world one sector at a time. After designing jewelry, eyewear, makeup, and handbags, the 91-year-old “geriatric starlet” is launching a line of shoes with HSN.
Level Shoe District opened the doors to its massive 96,000 square foot space in the Dubai Mall Friday, which will be home to 15,000 pairs of shoes by 250 different brands. Whew!
We’ve seen some pretty disturbing things when it comes to shoes. Earlier this week, it was the “Scary Beautiful” pair with a huge heel in the front instead of the back. And then there were those awful shoe protectors. But just when we thought it couldn’t get any freakier, we heard about this pair.
We have to admit, we are wont to get lost every now and then. Sometimes all the corners of a big city just looks the same! So maybe we should pick up a pair of these GPS-enabled oxfords to ensure that we can always find our way home!
Eleven years after starting his eponymous footwear line, shoe guru Brian Atwood finally set up shop on New York’s famed Madison Avenue in late August. He threw a star-studded fete last Wednesday, and we caught up with the designer who chatted about opening the new store, played coy about the banned ads, and divulged his own shoe preference.
Aerin Lauder, granddaughter of cosmetics legend Estée Lauder and former creative director of her eponymous brand, wants to be the next Tory Burch. Her transition from beauty queen to fashion maven is well underway, and now we have the first image from her footwear line.
Leandra Medine has an impressive wardrobe, and an even more lust-worthy shoe collection. In an interview with WWD‘s Footwear News, the Man Repeller opens her shoe closet to the world.
Miu Miu always gorgeously toes the line between über-feminine and über-masculine moments. And the Fall 2012 collection of lady loafers stays true to form.
Last month, Beth Shak, the World Series Poker player with 1,200 pairs of shoes, was getting sued by her ex-husband, Daniel Shak, over her extensive designer footwear collection. On Tuesday, he suddenly dropped the suit, allowing Beth to keep her high-priced heels.
Real-life couple Emma Stone and Andrew Garfield stopped by South Korea today to promote The Amazing Spider-Man. They wore great outfits and awesome shoes, but whose footwear reigned supreme? You decide.
Despite our rocky relationship with fancy heels, we actually like wedge sandals quite a bit. The style is great for warm weather, and chunky soles offer more stability than stilettos. Bonus: the heels won’t get caught in the subway grates or sink into the grass.
We tend to have a love-hate relationship with footwear. For example, we regularly find ourselves drooling over a pair of cool lace-ups, but unable to find them in our size. Another example: we love the look of heels, but we have trouble walking in them for more than two hours. And that’s why we went to Meghan Cleary, the go-to source for footwear advice.