Can’t get enough of Sex And The City style? It’s been years since the iconic show has aired on HBO, however through the power of reruns and box office hits at the theaters – Carrie’s Style LIVES ON!
Carrie Bradshaw shoe
Who better than the woman most synonymous with shoes to become the namesake of a shoe line. Sarah Jessica Parker’s new shoe line, SJP, will launch in January.
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Sarah Jessica Parker is launching SJP–her first shoe collection in collaboration with Manolo Blahnik–bringing her character Carrie Bradshaw’s shoe dreams to life. Parker’s Sex and the City character is a style icon and because she “got to play that role, I wore a lot of shoes, and by default I learned an enormous amount,” the actress told Vogue. Bradshaw’s alter ego is offering “something different” to reflect her personal taste and, according to British Vogue, “old-school labels like Charles Jourdan and Maud Frizon” inspired her collection. “We’re putting new colors together that people don’t typically do.”
SJP will be introduced in Nordstrom stores, but everyone can shop the collection online at Nordstrom.com. The line will include sandals, flats, pumps, and boots ranging from $200 to $400. Which is what you’d expect from the woman who’s television persona, Carrie Bradshaw once confessed to owning about $40,000 in shoes. The line will be sold exclusively through Nordstrom in 2014.
Check out some of our favorite Manolo Blahnik / Sex And The City moments below…
Fresh of the Olympic high of gold medals & dreams of golden opportunities, comes the hautest trend in heels that you haven’t seen. GOLD. It’s a trend that has gone from jeweled accessories the soles of fashionistas everywhere. Many of fabulous designers have made this the go-to trend for fall and has designed an entirely gold shoe for their fashion lines.
Check out a few of our favorite gold soles below…
Coming in third place is Christian Louboutins latest booties in gold, the ‘Rock and Gold’ leather ankle boots. Punctuate your look with standout statement footwear in these Rock and gold ankle boots by Christian Louboutin. Perfect for adding that instant wow factor to any outfit, easily team these booties with a bold printed dress for maximum impact.
Coming in second place is Gianvito Rossi’s Metallic leather pointy-toe pumps in gold. Spice up your evening wardrobe this fall with Gianvito Rossi’s metallic gold stilettos. Sleek pointy toes add the perfect accent of attitude to your after-hours looks. Styled here with a Stella McCartney blazer and trousers, an Acne shirt and a clutch from Victoria Beckham.
Coming in first place is Manolo Blahnik’s Ankle Strap Pump in gold. A classic pointy-toe pump strikes gold with a modern mirror finish and sassy stiletto heel – this is the go-to pump that will take you from day to night.
Here are a few more honorable mentions found online — check them out and let us know when golden soles you plan on checking for this Fall! Would you invest in this new Fall trend, or not?
Ok, I won’t lie. Originally, I was thinking “How could I possibly top last week’s Fashion Friday Post?” Well, I decided to take a different approach on this one. I’ve been feeling real “stealth-like” and “secret agent-like” recently, so I decided to post something that would reflect that style….PLUS THESE MANOLO BOOTS ARE FRIGGIN HOTTTTT!
(Oh, did I mention the fact that I am in countdown mode for Fall & with it…Fall Fashions?)
Check out the specs on these killer Manolo Blahnik “Gathered-Over-The-Knee” Boots available at Neiman Marcus. (Accompanied by the “Rogue” laser-cut leather iPhone 4)
New shoes, some say, can transform your life. It’s not so easy to transform the shoes. These cute mary jane shoes…similar to the Newport News brand ….(similar to the Manolo Blahnik pair originally spotted on Fashionalities site.) are now TRANSFORMABLE…
Shoes that can change? It’s a miracle!!! From high heel to low heel, from one size to a bigger size, from one outer skin to another — for better fashion, comfort or fit.
Adjustable heels. Camileon Heels developed a new kind of shoe last, or form, that allows the heel to go from 3¼ to 1½ inches. Pull down on the heel, push it forward and tuck it under the arch of the shoe.
“This shoe is not intuitive. We had to inform and educate the consumer,” says Camileon CEO Lauren Handel, whose brother, David, got the idea for the design from his sons’ toy Transformers.
Since launching last year, Camileon has produced 50 styles, at prices from $225-$325, sold at specialty footwear retailers and online (Camileonshoes.com).
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