Posted in March 2010

UN United Nude

The new collection of UN for Spring/Summer 2010, was presented in AXDW, Athens Xclusive Designers Week by Stelios Koudounaris. You can find lots of designs that can satisfy even the most demanding of you. You can see it here: UN United Nude I personally like the Cup and Frame series.

Stuart Weitzman ‘Friller’ Pump

Nordstrom launches Spring collection 2010 Stuart Weitzman ‘Friller’ Pump is partially covered wooden slingback peep-toe platform with a knotted bow. Colours available bone and walnut.

Bakers Shoes Wild Pair

First day of Spring today and the first sandals are on their way. Get a new “Wild” peep-toe pump featuring a crisscrossing instep strap with elastic detailing, covered heel and elevated platform with gold stud detailing through Bakers Shoes. It’s available in red, black and natural and comes with a super price, $79.95.

Lady Gaga wears Louboutin

In her latest video, Lady Gaga wears a magnificient pair of Louboutin boots, called Alta Fifre Boots. We spotted them online at Barneys.com for $1,745.00. Wowwww !

Site presentation: Shoes of Prey

If you want unique shoe, here is your chance to design online your own ! Through the site Shoes of Prey you can choose the heel, toe, fabric, colour and embellishments. …AND they “guarantee you’ll love our shoes or your money back.”How great can that be?! Grab your mouses and start designing !!!

Pedro Footwear and Accesories

PEDRO LAUNCHES THE SPRING/SUMMER 2010 COLLECTION UNPARALLELED PULCHRITUDE, EFFORTLESS IMPRESSIONS FOR SPRING SUMMER 2010 Pedro, a name synonymous with modern luxury, embodies the epitome of luxury in footwear and accessories for men and women. This independent boutique offers a line of footwear in a smart twist of enriching timeless classics with international influence. The collection … Continue reading

A little history

he earliest known shoes date from about 8000 to 7000 BCE and were found in Oregon, USA in 1938.[1] However, tanned leather, the material most commonly used for making shoes, does not normally last for thousands of years, so shoes were probably in use long before this. Physical anthropologist Erik Trinkaus believes he has found … Continue reading