CHANEL DIAGONAL QUILTED FLATS

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Are you looking for stylish flats to own this season? Worry not for Chanel is here to help you solve your fashion dilemmas! Introduced for the Spring Summer 2017 Collection, these are the latest Chanel Diagonal Quilted Flats.

Ideal for everyday use due to its ease and comfort, these Chanel Diagonal Quilted Flats are made from PVC and grosgrain to create stylish footwear magic. With a sophisticated look and fresh design, these flats are perfect to wear for work. Notice the beautiful quilting (nobody can make quilting as perfect as Chanel), it’s crafted in diagonal lines all over the shoes and it creates an stylish and elegant appeal. With the bow on the top, these pair are made to be a timeless investment. Aside from this, they are also perfect to pair over your pencil skirts, retro vintage dresses and even over your shirt and jeans combo!

As previously mentioned, these flats are made from grosgrain which refers to a usually heavy, stiff ribbon of silk or nylon woven via taffeta weave. They also have a bow in front for that extra feminine feel!

These ballerina flats also feature 0.4 inch heel so you never have to worry getting tired and sore feet at the end of the day. Style code G32842, with 0.4’ inch heels, priced at $795 USD, €540 euro, £500 GBP, $860 SGD, $830 AUD, $4300 HKD, ¥69120 JPY via Chanel boutiques.

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Common Projects Original Achilles Leather Sneaker

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All the other kids with the pumped up kicks. You know, the cool ones with the pristine white sneaks, crisp white tee, black jogger topped with a cap, it’s almost like a uniform of sorts that only those in the know, know. And that white pair of sneakers is almost always from Common Projects, the be-all and end-all holy grail as far as sneakerheads are concerned.

Why? For one, the label’s shoes are clean and minimalist, with the Achillessneaker (their signature staple) in a simple silhouette that was originally launched in leather. Then there are those 10 gold-stamped digits (the first four numbers representing the style code, the middle two its size and the last four being its colour code) that have become its unofficial official logo over time.

Also, when they were first launched (and this was way before luxury brands were doing sneakers), they courted controversy with a starting price point of USD265 (it’s almost USD400 a pair now), but its quality finish and sleek good looks slowly grew on customers and the demand caught on, with the rest as they say, history.

The brand has since gone on to create sneakers for the ladies (named Woman by Common Projects) that come in smaller silhouettes/sizes for the fairer sex. And if you want to get yourself a pair now (or add on new season offerings to your collection, here’s some good news.

The Original Achilles Leather Sneaker is now available online via Dover Street Market Singapore, where it is retailing at SGD616 and SGD630 for mens’ and womens’ styles respectively. And besides its iconic white sneaker, other colours for the ladies include Black, Light Grey and Powder Blue. For the boys, they’ve got everything except Light Grey.

Besides DSMS, you could also check out END, MATCHESFASHION and Mr Porter, where prices are generally lower although you might have to keep an eye on the current exchange rates (and accompanying shipping and tax duties) before you commit because they usually only show up when you hit the checkout button.

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A BRIEF HISTORY OF DESIGNER SANDALS

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A Brief Of History Of Designer Sandals

Sandals are an item of clothing that have been around almost as long as civilisation itself, archeological findings have discovered evidence of sandals up to 10,000 years ago, discovered in Oregon, Fort Rock Cave. Primitive in design and construction, they still showed the beginning of the well known sandal design, boasting a woven fabric to hold the toe area in place.

Throughout the spread of the human race over the coming thousands of years, sandal findings were climbing, with that we can observe advancement in design, with additions such as fur lining, animal hide, platformed wedged heels and even jewels added to brighten up an otherwise functional item of footwear.

From these early beginnings, these simple yet effective shoes have left their mark throughout history and across all parts of the globe. One area with a large significance is the ancient Egyptian period, showing strong appeal to the sandal. The Pharaoh Narmer, famed for unifying Egypt and becoming the founder of the First Dynasty, to a lesser extent is famed for his love of sandals.

Wall paintings depicting the Egyptian King show first evidence of the importance of sandals across Egypt. The image of Narmer is shown followed closely by his sandals bearer, ensuring he never has the shoes far away. They would even be left in pride of place upon his throne on his absence. Even the bearer themselves were held in high regard.

Sandals were definitely a sign of a high status amongst the Egyptian people, with only the top of society deemed successful or powerful enough to wear them. As an example, Tutankhamun was buried with no fewer than 42 pairs of his favourite sandals.

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From this high beginning, sandals have had a very fruitful and popular life, spreading across the globe. Countries such as Japan, China and even South America fell in love with the simple sandal. The Greeks were once such a country who placed great stock in these shoes, manufacturing a vast amount of different footwear, including of course many varieties of sandal. Unfortunately there is limited amount of actual physical evidence of Greek footwear. However, the Greeks to their credit created a large amount of artwork to back up their creations, these have luckily survived through the ages.

Of course in time, the Romans famously invaded Greece, overtaking their land and enslaving their people, during this occupation the Roman People began to adopt many of their customs, including the wearing of sandals. It wasn’t long before the allure reached their homeland, eventually even the top echelons of Rome saw the beauty in the footwear.

The Roman’s even coined their own variation of the name, in Latin tongue ‘Sandalium’. During the rise of the Empire, the popularity of the humble sandal rose. Colour for example was used to determine social status of the wearer, red was used exclusively for Emperors. Julius Caesar had a special red and purple design specially reserved for him and his children.

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Despite the popularity of sandals, there was still a status quo to be upheld, one such unwritten rule was that they were preferred to be worn indoors, stepping outside with them would alert others that you were in the depths of poverty. The Romans were some of the early designers of incredibly elaborate designed sandals, a sign of the start of their infamous decadent lifestyle.

Even the Emperor Nero had a fondness for sandals, the Nero who nearly single handedly was responsible for the demise of the Roman Empire with his extravagant spending. The infamous ruler’s lavishness even spread to the sandal design, with stunning silver pairs crafted for himself. His wife’s design was even more elaborate, a poured gold base encrusted with the rarest jewels. Due to Rome’s dominance across Europe, the popularity of sandals spread to all their occupied countries, leaving their mark across multiple lands. However, once Rome fell, and their grip was released from Europe, the sandals phenomenon almost simultaneously began to decline. For much of the following centuries, sandal wearing was almost non-existent in Europe.

sandals_goldTowards the late 1800’s the French designers looked back upon ancient fashions, one such inspiration that caught their interest was of course the forgotten sandal, giving them a much needed lease of life. But it wasn’t till the early 20th century that sandals became popular once again, harking back to their heyday during the Roman Empire.

The revival can be pinpointed down to the cinemas fascination with movies based on Biblical stories. Thousands of sandals were created for the huge numbers of cast members, with the top actresses in particular choosing to wear them off set. This led to fans wanting to follow suit and donning similar footwear. One designer at the forefront of sandal design during this period was Salvatore Ferragamo, who introduced new designs such as the heeled wedge and peekaboo style. With the heeled variety in particular being associated with the popular pin up girls of the time.

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Throughout the course of the 1900’s sandal production steadily increased into the millions, largely in part to the new interest in cheap plastic manufacturing. The 60’s introduced us to what was to be known as the ‘Jesus’ sandal. Simple yet practical with a leather v-strap or toe ring, these were particularly popular with the hippie movement of the day. The following decade, their was a sudden interest in foot health and comfort. This gave rise to the famous Birkenstocks, allowing freedom of movement and much better support than previously possible.

In recent years, sandals have become even more accepted for day to day wear, it’s not uncommon to see fashionistas and off duty catwalk models stepping out in fashionable sandals. A definite turning point was when the simple shoe with the humble beginning graced the pages of that illustrious magazine, Vogue. Since, fashion houses everywhere having been feverishly creating interesting designs each successive season in time for summer.

For more in depth information into the fascinating history of sandals, check out fashion history love to know and all about shoes

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Cara Delevingne Has Worn Some Extreme Shoe Looks on the Suicide Squad Promo Tour

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Jimmy Choo Winter Series boots fashion charm

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Open colorful shoe, choose a pair of shoes for the costume proper shape every day, the ladies launched wonderful start to the day. The coming autumn and winter, Ms. bring variety show personality boots.

Stylish knee-high boots, is the fashionable indicators. As close to the skin as if the legs, soft and durable boots are made of leather or suede. Among ANNELI this season with ballet-inspired and designed to focus a single product, the relationship between dance and emotional shackles of liberation, lacing on the boots, cross-wound embodied. DOMA ankle boots cross belt and buttons on the ride, coupled with a type of thick heel, full of rock flavor.

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Short-length boots shoe also adds a lot of fun choices. DAYNO and MYSEN soft leather, wear naturally drawn to the whims of sense, create casual beauty. Even the crowd of fashion indicators Kendall Jenner are in MYSEN costume jeans or leather pants to show people. Thick heel of boots, including DEE, HART and MYTH, allow heels to become the perfect match as for everyday clothing. LIESL Young pointed boots with slender heel shoes, no not sexy temptation incarnate.

 

 

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The stylish flat shoe boots are essential choice. Among decorated with soft hair BURY FLAT, is the essential choice in winter, but also make you the limelight. And DOVER FLAT and HAZE FLAT with heavy-bottomed boots styles for fall and winter style filling neutral tone, exudes Ms. resolute character.

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Roger Vivier first bride wedding design series released

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Roger Vivier have the opportunity to accompany the many beautiful women in the world who attend numerous important occasions, among them the First Lady and their royal family. Season, Roger Vivier very pleased to share its first designed specifically for the bride’s wedding series with you.

 

Classic Belle de Nuit use ivory satin high-heeled shoes decorated with iconic Pilgrim crystal buckle. The series of shoes using the traditional style, but with a different heel height options. In addition, the design is waterproof so Limemight Choc wear more comfortable shoes.

 

Ondulation Privilege Ivory satin sandals using complex interwoven design, the beautiful bride foot line perfect presentation, filling the elegant posture, lightness of the state.

 

Dorsay StrassOn the basis of ivory satin rhinestone embellishment on the delicate, graceful lines of the toe and heel careful outline, elegant in keeping gorgeous wedding shoes, while a little more chic mind, density diamond inlay design makes the shoe body unique lighting effects, showcasing the looming.But also for the love flat shoes bride carefully prepared a pair of pure ivory Ballerines Chips, relaxed and comfortable colleagues reveal simple and elegant atmosphere.

Superb quality technology combined with luxury, Roger Vivier wedding series brings unparalleled beauty, to witness your most important moments.

 

 

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