Jeffery Campbell Lita platforms

Tessa McKenna from Sleepy Vikings Reader Find

By Tessa McKenna from Sleepy Vikings in New Fashion on Wednesday 15 June 2011

This is the perfect shoe. They’re easy to walk in, but still towering and intimidating. My goal is to have a pair in every color and pattern.

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Bal and Cox Leopard Oxfords

Michelle Wilding Reader Find

By Michelle Wilding in New Fashion on Thursday 12 May 2011

England’s finest shoe manufacturing brand, George Cox, has been creating shoes for well over a century. His latest endeavour is a collaborative mash-up with Japanese clothing designer, BAL.

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Star Wars shoes

Kira Heuer Reader Find

By Kira Heuer in New Fashion on Friday 21 January 2011

Adidas’ new Star Wars kicks are super-stars. The Storm Trooper helmets on shoe tongues are my favorite. I want Chubaka to wear them.

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Jeffrey Campbell’s Summer Huaraches

This Island Life Contributor

By This Island Life in New Fashion on Saturday 27 November 2010

Since starting my website, This Island Life, I’ve been guilty of a few things. But we’re not here to talk about my need to purchase everything I write about. We’re here because I’ve been neglecting the fashionable men in my life. What can I say? I was blinded by bikinis and balayage – things that (bless your hearts) you guys read and even commented on. But I’m not here to make excuses; I’m here to apologise. And what better way than with a pair of summer huaraches from my current favourite shoe designer Jeffrey Campbell.

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Mary Roks shoes by Jeffrey Campbell

This Island Life Contributor

By This Island Life in New Fashion on Saturday 13 November 2010

Yesterday I didn’t even know these shoes existed. Today, they’re all I can think about. Perforated suede, luxe animal prints, a chunky four-inch wedge and a summery peep toe front: it’s like Jeffrey Campbell invaded my shoe dreams and brought them to life. Had I not made a rookie error, I would have saved myself a chunk of cash and a hell of a lot of time.

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Rem D Koolhaas designed Lo Res Black Out shoes

Jess Zaino Reader Find

By Jess Zaino in New Fashion on Friday 22 October 2010

Everything about this shoe is cool, especially that it has been designed by Dutch uber-architect, Rem D Koolhaas, for United Nude. The Lo Res Black Out shoe was created using innovative design software, which creates low level 3D resolutions of an existing product to fragment their shape into something structural. Et voila! A shoe star […]

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Shoes like you’ve never seen them before

Zolton Contributor

By Zolton in New Fashion on Friday 15 October 2010

Shoes, art, shoes, art. Which will win in the ever-stimulating battle of wills in Kobi Levi’s creations. Though, as a Brooklyn resident, this one with gum as the heal is a just little too close to the truth.

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Zapatillas shoes

Contributions Reader Find

By Patricia Vidour in New Fashion on Wednesday 13 October 2010

My illustrations have been parlayed into a creative shoe line called Zapatillas. Cute and comfortable, these shoes are a wardrobe essential. Right? Right!

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Zoo Shoes: an open source shoe

Rich McEachran Reader Find

By Rich McEachran in New Trends on Friday 8 October 2010

I stumbled upon this quirky invention several months ago at the beginning of a creative collaboration I was working on. The idea involves an ‘interchangeable upper’ or skin which is separate to the sole and tongue’, allowing individuals to design their own shoe.

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Meow Floral Lace Ups

Michelle Wilding Reader Find

By Michelle Wilding in New Fashion on Monday 13 September 2010

Flaunting a pair of Meow Floral Lace-up Flats around town is one of the brightest ways to celebrate spring in the Southern Hemisphere. Designed by Jeffrey Campbell, these jazz style babies offer an all over antiqued floral print shoe in luxurious supple leather.

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Irregular Choice Blue Suede Shoe

Jess Zaino Reader Find

By Jess Zaino in New Fashion on Friday 3 September 2010

For the girls who love to play dress up and have the deep pockets to do so, this Irregular Choice Blue Suede Shoe is just the thing. For a cool $250, you can have your toys and wear them, too! The detachable trinkets can multitask on a boring handbag handle or as a keychain to […]

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DIY Colouring In Shoes

Michelle Wilding Reader Find

By Michelle Wilding in New Products on Thursday 1 July 2010

If you’re bored of drawing on blank paper and other run-of-the-mill materials then DIY colouring-in-shoes by Acrylicana are your solution.

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Nipple Clogs

Jess Zaino Reader Find

By Jess Zaino in New Trends on Tuesday 22 June 2010

And I thought Croc clogs were wrong. Artist Kenny Kirschner created these Nipple Clogs as a cheeky way for woman to show off her assets. You’ll stop traffic and likely end up with an indecent exposure ticket when showing off these shoes. For the alternative girl, the shoe sports a silver ring through the nipple. […]

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Luxury trainers

Jess Zaino Reader Find

By Jess Zaino in New Fashion on Wednesday 9 June 2010

With the kickoff to the 2010 FIFA World Cup fast approaching, I’m prepared to go all out and support my team with the world’s most expensive soccer cleat. Designed by former fashion model and dancer, Luisa Di Marco, this collection of three luxury trainers sports a staggering 7,444 precious stones, valued at some $628,000. Gooooaaaaaalllll!

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Elephant Dung Heels by Insa

Michelle Wilding Reader Find

By Michelle Wilding in New Fashion on Monday 10 May 2010

They may be incredibly eccentric, but these ten inch platforms are physical proof that it is actually possible to create somewhat aesthetically pleasing heels out of elephant faeces. UK-based artist INSA designed the shoes as part of a recent art exhibit at Tate Britain which features the individual work of various artists responding to Chris […]

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