I haven't updated this in a while because I've been super busy with school. But now that there are just a few days left, and I'm feeling really comfortable about the amount of work I've done I figured it was time to continue my little writing experiment. Well, that and the fact that style.com had their accessories report and I gasped a bajillion times looking through it. Here are a few pieces that are just absolutely incredible and unbelievable.
Are these shoes practical? No. Do I care? Absolutely not. They are just so beautiful and they have a wood inlaid!!! They are a sculpture to be worn on your foot. You know, if you're always chauffered around so you don't break your ankle or anything.
I LOVE Nicholas Ghesquiere. Every season is better than before.
And in the subject of art-as-footwear (which I think all of the shoes I'm showing here are). Check this beautiful pair out. Totally space-age fantastic but oh-so-classy. I can imagine wearing some kind of streamlined jersey layers in a neutral color with these amazing shoes. It is also such an unexpected mix of materials and shape but it just works out perfectly.
Have you ever seen a sexier pair of shoes? These are just absolutely stunning, I love all the craftwork that went into this, and I bet they look amazing on the foot. They would create such a nice line up the leg and I would imagine a very sexy but sophisticated woman wearing these with a black pencil skirt and maybe a white button-down shirt thats unbuttoned one button too low. Maybe some pearls. A high ponytail. And black rimmed glasses. These are absolutely spectacular.
Ah, my Marc. Back when the fashion shows were happening a couple months ago and I saw the shoes I absolutely fell in love. They are clunky, yes, but there is something utterly irresistible about them. I LOVED these because of the mix of materials and especially that little lace detail in the back, which brings something so girly and charming to such a fauve shape.
DUDE. LOOK AT THESE SHOES. Seriously, my Marc is a genius. These are seriously art. I would buy them and put them on a special shelf with lighting and oh my god. I can't wait until the fall fashion photoshoots start happening cause I really want to see how they look on the shoe. But look at those lines! Absolutely beautiful.