Hello Monday. You sure snuck up fast! This weekend was an absolute blast. I had so much fun at New York Fashion Week, and I can’t wait to share with you some of the new designers and trends I saw this past weekend!
But I can also definitely say, I am so excited to be back home and get back into the grind. Isn’t it funny how we always want a break from it but then we can’t wait to get back into it? One of those mysteries of life.
Today I wanted to share with you one of my favorite everyday looks. Distressed skinny jeans, a simple (but tailored) top, and tassels to top it off!
As you’ve probably noticed, tassels are all the rage right now, and I certainly am a big fan!! We’ve been working on some new designs of our own that we’ll be rolling out soon that are hand beaded, genuine stone pieces like these! More details coming soon
Four years ago, Christian Louboutin launched his Nudes Collection, a line of pumps in five shades of nude. Since then the brand has expanded from its initial five shades to seven, and added a ballerina flat called the Solasofia to its selection.
Today, Louboutin takes the collection one step further adding two high-heel sandals to the mix, the Christeriva and the Cherrysandal.
Available for $875, the Christeriva is a ballet-inspired stiletto design with grosgrain ribbon wraps.
The Cherrysandal, an ankle strap sandal with a chunky platform, retails for $895.
Known for his “nude is not a color, it’s a concept,” attitude, it’s exciting to see that Christian Louboutin will continue to offer women of all skin tones a shoe option that actually matches.
Shop more Louboutin styles at net-a-porter.com and nordstrom.com.
Manolo Blahnik loves an extravagant shoe. Just ask Rihanna, whose collaboration for the brand has included $4,000 denim boot-pants and $2,300 jewel-encrusted gladiator sandals. Now, the designer has come out with his most outrageous offering yet: one-of-a-kind fuschia boots valued at a casual $5,700. They were created in partnership with crystal supplier Preciosa and debuted at its flagship store in Prague, Czech Republic earlier this week.
The unique pair of stiletto boots feature pom poms and more than 100 Preciosa crystal chandelier trimmings. They were made in honor of Blahnik’s traveling exhibition coming to Prague’s Museum Kampa, The Art of Shoes, and will remain on display in-store until November.
In addition, Blahnik created 20 limited edition Bohemian-inspired pairs of his classic Hangisi jeweled buckle pump all made with Czech lace and Preciosa crystals–an homage to his own Czech roots.