Ladies and gentlemen, the ewok heel is finally here

Rachel Oakley Contributor

By Rachel Oakley in New Fashion on Wednesday 8 October 2014

You can’t help but love ewoks, those cute, cuddly teddy bear-like creatures from Star Wars. But what’s better than watching ewoks on the big screen (or dressing your dog up as one)? These ewok heels, that’s what.

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High heels you can skin and reskin as often as you like

Low Lai Chow Contributor

By Low Lai Chow in New Fashion on Saturday 19 July 2014

In early 2012, Anthony Ciccarelli started thinking about how high heels take up a massive amount of space, and started designing heels that come with interchangeable covers. Called High Pheels, the closed toe platform pumps come with fabric-lining on the insides of the shoe to make for a more comfortable walk. There are also plans […]

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Day2Night Heels: Transformer Fashion

Annie Churdar Contributor

By Annie Churdar in New Fashion on Friday 26 April 2013

I’ve seen beautiful women’s ankles bleed. Let’s face it. High heels can be the most empowering fashion statement for a woman while simultaneously being the most crippling. Ladies, I’ve seen you wearing ugly tennis shows with your dresses on the commute to work. Adapt or die, right? Survival of the fittest. But what if you […]

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DIY R2D2 heels: How geeky are you?

Annie Churdar Contributor

By Annie Churdar in New Trends on Wednesday 17 April 2013

It’s time to get ready for that big date you’ve been so excited about. And suddenly you have nothing to wear! What to do? Quick, these simple instructions to make R2D2 heels will save the day. Your hot date will be mesmerized with the light-up action on the toe.

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Reversed heels are the scariest heels

Low Lai Chow Contributor

By Low Lai Chow in New Design on Friday 21 September 2012

There are high heels, and then there are… reversed high heels. The creepy Scary Beautiful heels by Dutch designer Leanie van der Vyver are dramatically arched and stilt-like, forcing the wearer to stagger in a slow knee-bent gait with the weight on their shins. Now all we need to know is: if playing records backwards and wearing reversed skyhigh heels are both scary, why is it that Coldplay’s backwards music video for The Scientist always makes us laugh?

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