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Olympic Shoes

Charlotte Olympia Dellal, a Cordwainers graduate, launched her namesake footwear label in 2006. The half-Brazilian, half-English designer’s creations are inspired by the glamour of the 1940s, and all ooze a uniqueness.   Her heels range from animal printed to fruit inspired platforms, suede and a variety of colours, themes and textures.   Her statement making [...]

Dare You Wear A Flatform?

Is it a wedge? Is it a flat? Could be a pair of heels? No, it’s a flatform! Nestled among the loafers and Sperry’s lurks a new breed of shoe. If you thought this season’s neon’s and Aztec prints were as far out as fashion could get, then brace yourself for the ‘flatform’. Here is [...]

Introducing Alejandro Ingelmo

When it comes to shoes I think only a certain amount of us will only ever understand their significance. Some men seem to think it inappropriate that we own over fifty pairs of shoes, and never seem to understand the importance of defining the difference between sandals, wedges, peep-toes, court shoes and stilettos!   Spring/Summer [...]

The Block Heel

In Celebrity Ville, the block heel was reintroduced by Mary-Kate Olsen about 2 or 3 years ago, and it’s only recently I’ve fallen in love with the design. I’m disappointed by how slow I was to find such a shoe! Better late than never, eh?   If, like me, you enjoy the classic feel and [...]

When Heels Became a Must

I have been wearing heels since the age of sixteen, which is nine years in total. I can remember my first ones, a dark fuchsia in satin material with a strap around the ankle, worn to a family christening. It seems since that day, heels have been glued to my feet whenever there has been [...]

Confessions of a Shopping Addict

This month I may have gone a little wild with spending (I say this whilst looking down into my empty purse) I forgot that I would actually have to feed myself, so instead of being able to afford my usual lunch at work, it is a homemade pasta salad!   I must have bought six [...]