Posted by emma on 29.11.10 |
When I came across this article earlier I thought that Loeffler Randall had called it quits in the world of designer women shoes, and moved on to bigger and better..action figures? From designer shoes, to transformers. I don't mean to bombard you with Loeffler, but these Mallory boots are too good to go unnoticed. I was sold on them as a tall boot, but the fact that they unzip down to an ankle bootie is blowing my mind! Pinch yourself if necessary, but yes.....these 'transformers' offer TWO designer boots in one. Decadently dipped in metal for the perfect dose of edgy glamour. An impressive A+ for Mallory, because killing two birds with one stone just became this seasons most practical trend. You're killing us Randall! (Retails for $895 US, with a drop to $627 thanks to black friday.) photocreds: loefflerrandall.com, fashionising.com
Posted by emma on 27.11.10 |
Soooo I have been trying to be good since I know Christmas is right around the corner. You know, buy for others not for myself etc etc. Darn you black friday, everytime I open my inbox there is another enticing tidbit of info on the latest sale. My weakness, Loeffler Randall, got to me yesterday. They are having a 40-50% off sale, select items, but of course those select items were calling my name. Can you blame me?
Kylie Mignon Sandal from $625 down to $375
Honey Perforated Pump from $550 down to $275
All images courtesy of Loeffler Randall.com
Posted by Melanie Auld Designs on 26.11.10 |
Details are in for MAD's holiday handbag giveaway. Already a subscriber? Tell some friends, and "like" us on facebook to better your chance at a Spring 2011 handbag. Deepest apologies to Santa for stealing his thunder.
Posted by emma on 25.11.10 |
Posted by emma on 24.11.10 |
Nothing like a tall handsome drink of water decked out in Tom Ford, right? Well now us ladies can dream of being Ford muses too, with the lines first go at Womenswear . A tasteful preview for the debut collection was held in a manner that only Mr.Ford could pull off, exclusivity to a tee. Banning photographers, press, and just about all media coverage, filling the catwalk with hollywood's a-list, and highest earning supermodels. With the collections launch just one month away, Ford offered the sneakiest of peaks through this 4 photo spread in Vogue's December Issue. Could this be the perfect opportunity for the designer to pick up from where he left off, six years ago at YSL? With a resume like his, we're not doubting it will be anything but fabulous. Stay classy Tom. See 'Ford Returns' for full article http://www.vogue.com/magazine/article/tom-ford-returns/
Posted by emma on 23.11.10 |
Another MAD Farrah bag spotted, and it looks like the flu is spreading. The Farrah flu that is. Side affects include mouth watering color, soft buttery leather, infinite versatility, and an all around day-to-night fix your wardrobe's been craving. The size of Farrah may be her best feature, next to the endless options she provides. One detachable chain strap, one detachable leather shoulder strap, and one unique option to rock her as an over sized clutch. If there's one flu you catch this winter, we hope it's the Farrah.
Posted by emma on 21.11.10 |
We'd like to applaud Jenna Lyons and the creative team behind J Crew for achieving the perfect balance of neutrals, color, and oh-my-maxi-skirts! A preview of their Spring 2011 Ready-to-Wear Collection has us craving spring fashion at a whole new level. The line is strongly influenced by Lyon's personal style, one who has mastered the art of mixing day and night in an outfit resulting in some serious dressing skills. J Crew remains a pro at strong basic looks but manages to excite us with tasteful color punches and subtle embellishments. After all, we know how unfortunate a sequin over dose can be. For the full collection see style.com. photocreds: style.com
Posted by emma on 19.11.10 |