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…according to Elizabeth Semmelhack, author of Heights of Fashion: A History of the Elevated Shoe. Get the shoe curator’s book today.
Isabel Mastache’s publicity stunt trouser is definitely giving her the press that she’s seeking…your thoughts?
Lord, why?! Just when we’ve grown to love the ugliest shoes like Uggs, Crocs and Birkenstocks (well I hate Birkenstocks) here they come with these! This is not right.
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I’m so confused and left with lots of questions (raises hand like I’m in elementary school). Singer Diana Ross and Steve Madden are collaborating on sneakers. Not a pump or a platform but sneakers. Just when I thought it couldn’t get any weirder, I find out that the shoes will retail at Foot Locker’s nationwide. Stay tuned for more info on this.
All American retailer Coach is set to open a menswear only store in May in Manhattan’s Greenwich Village. Not surprised since that is a highly popular homosexual male hangout spot (goo thinking Coach!). The store, at 370 Bleecker Street will be the first of its kind.
Jean Paul Gaultier’s Fall 2010 show in Paris is looks to e inspired by bar fights, boxing matches and the Jersey Shore. Must say that I live for theatrics, so I love the theme and the frocs.
A 29-year-old named Veik, has been dressing Barbie up in haute couture that Mattel isn’t ready for. He has dressed the dolls in memorable looks from Alexander McQueen (even the lobster claw shoes below) & Jeremy Scott to name a few. He even has all of the hairstyle down. I hope this leads to something big for him because he’s amazing.
About the shoot:
Appropriately titled “One Size Fits All,” Richardson’s photo spread showcases Renn and Jablonski side-by-side in identical looks, matching sample size outfits and similar poses. Still, the effect is a powerful one that proves fashion can flatter any figure. Most recently Renn—who has walked the runway for Jean-Paul Gaultier and graced the cover of American Vogue—famously penned her own weight and body image struggles within the model industry in a memoir entitled “Hungry: A Young Model’s Story of Appetite, Ambition and the Ultimate Embrace of Curves,” which was released this fall.
I don’t know about y’all, but honey that actually eats is coming to dinner. Her facial expressions and love for the camera shows. They should rename the shoot “Who’s Hot, Who’s Not”. The skinny one just isn’t doing anything for me. Loves the concept though.
Other than a giveaway inside one shoe, can you tell the difference between Balenciaga’s Lego Heel of 2007 and Steve Madden’s inspired look? Well, looks may be deceiving but prices don’t lie. Balenciaga retailed the shoe for $4175, while Steve Madden sold theirs for $99.95. That’s 2% of Balenciaga’s price!
Balenciaga filed a lawsuit that claimed that Steve Madden “internationally copied” them.
Alexander McQueen filed a lawsuit for copying its black faithful bootie. SMH