Posted in April 2011

Sophie Gittins Spring/Summer 2011

British shoe designer Sophie Gittins studied at Cordwainers, London College of Fashion where she graduated with First Class Honours. She was selected as a finalist of Fashion Fringe Shoes by a judging panel including luminaries Manolo Blahnik, Colin McDowell and Rupert Sanderson. More styles at

High heel shaped telephone

High heel shaped telephone

Soft small black keypad, has Tone/ pause switchable, redial the last number, pause and quick flash major functions. The perfect gift for you! Also ideal for decoration at home or in the public. The High Heel Shoe Phone is made of high quality plastic.Size: About 23.6cm in length, 11cm in height. Color: pinkish Weight: 338g Price: $28.99

High heels:Pros and cons

In ancient Greece platform sandals with wood or cork soles, called kothorni, were worn from actors in theater, to indicate varying social status or importance of characters. In ancient Rome, sex trade was legal, and female prostitutes were identified by their high heels. During Middle Ages, both men and women wore pattens or wooden soles. … Continue reading

Heel bookends

Heel bookends

Bibliophile on not, this bookends surely is sexy ! Made from a used pair of shiny red stilettos, drilled with epoxy to steel plates, and are quite sturdy. They’ll handle the most verbose volumes in your library. They are heavy- about 1.5 pounds each. They are slightly scuffed and scarred from their former life. These upcycled stiletto heels are … Continue reading

Jimmy Choo – Ursula

This summer favourite features dressy gold rings and polished stud hardware and is available in sunny yellow, chocolate brown and classic black.Price:  €375.00 Shop @ Jimmy Choo

Would you buy these £1,300 ‘designer’ heels ?

Would you buy these £1,300 ‘designer’ heels ?

Cheltenham Festival celebrates its 100th anniversary. It is one of the most prestigious events in the horse racing calendar. Model Louise Dainton, from Essex, posed on a turf catwalk wearing the human horse shoes and was surprised by how comfortable the shoes were. She said:’They are really comfortable and almost make you feel like you want to … Continue reading

Gio Diev – Fall/Winter 2011

Bulgarian shoe designer, Gio Metodiev started doing PR work for esteemed fashion houses Chanel, Fendi and D&G. He moved to Northern Italy in order to learn the art of shoemaking. He made his debut during Paris Fashion Week.

Kobi Levi – Blond Ambition

Israeli footwear designer Kobi Levi has come up with a range of quirky shoes. The inspiration for this heel is Madonna’s fashions from her Blond Ambition World Tour of 1990.