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Posts tagged ‘ankle boots’

Dries Van Noten Persian Lamb Fur Ankle Boots

24 October 2011, 14.59 | Posted in Fashion, Shoes, boots | No comments »

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Cozy looking, incredibly decadent, lux furry boots proving why Dries Van Noten rules. Available at ln-cc.

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Christian Louboutin ‘Catch Me Brodee’ Ankle Boots

22 September 2011, 16.10 | Posted in boots | No comments »

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With the ankle-boot trend reaching a boiling point, what fashion-loving female wouldn’t want to add these Christian Louboutin “Catch Me Brodee” boots to her Autumn line up. Made of black suede, it’s the hand-stitched gold-leaf embroidery that takes them to another level. Currently out of stock though there is a wait list.

Gianvito Rossi ‘Ankle’ Boots

09 March 2011, 15.27 | Posted in Fashion, Shoes | 2 comments »

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The open toe bootie was most likely not common in the fashion glossary , let’s say 5 years ago.However season after season this style combining a boot and a sandal becomes more and more irresistible and surprisingly classic we’d dare say it’s become a modern classic, a must have especially in this flawless tobacco brown by Gianvito Rossi available at  browns.

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Melissa X Gaetano Pesce Ankle Boots

21 June 2010, 20.27 | Posted in Art, Shoes | 6 comments »

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Through its collaborations, Melissa has established not only that it’s savvy about who to rub shoulders with, but also that it’s willing to give its partners free rein to take some risks. In this case, it turned its design boards over to Italian architect Gaetano Pesce, whose resultant ankle boot includes giving the buyer the fun option of customizing her boot by cutting away the plastic circles. Not sure if there’s less ego in the look of the final product because Pesce is an architect and is less ardently married to the design, but if that is the case one would hope to see more collaboration between brands and designers from outside industries. Via Dezeen.

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