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Superga x LVR Editions sneakers

Superga x LVR Editions collaborate on platform sneakers

Italian fashion retailer Luisa Via Roma teams up with sneaker brand Superga on a new capsule collection. Called LVR Editions, the collaboration features a sneaker with a 1.5” platform. Available in canvas as well as velvet, these shoes will add a touch of cool to just about any look. 


Superga x LVR Editions Canvas Platform Sneakers in Black $176Superga x LVR Editions Canvas Platform Sneakers in Black $176
Take your sneaker game to new heights with a platform bottom and red/black laces.Superga x LVR Editions Velvet Platform Sneakers in Red $176Superga x LVR Editions Velvet Platform Sneakers in Red $176
Embrace the velvet trend with this co-branded platform sneaker.
Superga x LVR Editions Velvet Platform Sneakers in Black $176Superga x LVR Editions Velvet Platform Sneakers in Black $176
Keep your look fresh with these velvet sneakers including reinforced eyelets.Superga x LVR Editions Canvas Platform Sneakers in White $176Superga x LVR Editions Canvas Platform Sneakers in White $176
A classic canvas sneaker comes in a fresh white on white outer material and rubber platform.Superga x LVR Editions Velvet Platform Sneakers in Green $176Superga x LVR Editions Velvet Platform Sneakers in Green $176
Have people green with envy in this velvet sneaker featuring co-branded labels.

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Sam Edelman Lasky Embellished Leather Lace-Up Sandal $110Sam Edelman Lasky Embellished Leather Lace-Up Sandal $110
Embrace bohemian style with a tasseled sandal featuring a lace-up ankle.

Online retailer Gilt and shoe brand Sam Edelman have teamed up on an exclusive shoe collection perfect for festival season. Priced between $60 and $120, these styles range from tasseled sandals to embroidered sneakers and slip-on mules. Stand out styles like the ‘Lennon’, ‘Lasky’ and ‘Tilly’ are featured. 

Sam Edelman Lennon Embroidered Leather Sandal $110Sam Edelman Lennon Embroidered Leather Sandal $110
Bring on the color with this leather sandal featuring pom poms and fringe trim.Sam Edelman Embroidered Slip-On Sneaker $70Sam Edelman Embroidered Slip-On Sneaker $70
Get ready to walk around in comfort and style with a slip-on sneaker.Sam Edelman Gigi Embossed Leather Thong Sandal $60Sam Edelman Gigi Embossed Leather Thong Sandal $60
A classic thong sandal gets a luxe update with a leather upper.Sam Edelman Lily Lace-Up Sandal $110Sam Edelman Lily Lace-Up Sandal $110
Tie it up in a wrap-around ankle strap featuring shells and beaded embellishments.Sam Edelman Lydia Suede Bow Mule $100Sam Edelman Lydia Suede Bow Mule $100
Slip on these comfortable mule espadrilles made of luxe suede upper.Sam Edelman Tilly Suede Sandal $120Sam Edelman Tilly Suede Sandal $120
This block heel sandal features an adjustable buckle on the ankle strap.Sam Edelman Nona Suede Platform Espadrille $110Sam Edelman Nona Suede Platform Espadrille $110
Hit the pavement in a platform espadrille featuring a suede upper and self-tie ankle strap.

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It’s almost like Chanel Espadrilles are officially a part of the permanent collection, as they return from season after season. For the Spring Summer 2017 Collection, you have the option to select them in bi-color leather or in multicolor tweed.

Different material creates different experience – so for comfort, choose your Espadrilles in Tweed. Bur for the durability; pick a pair in Calfskin Leather. They’re also wonderful for the Fall and Winter seasons. In fact, you got to love the colors available – in all black or Chanellish beige and black.

Now for those that are still-hunting for a pair, these Chanel Espadrilles go out of stock quickly. So be sure to get to your nearest boutique fast and grab a pair in your size. So here are the details:

Chanel Espadrilles in Calfskin
Style code: G32742
Prices: $750 USD, €520 euro, $840 SGD, $4300 HKD, $800 AUD, ¥66960 JPY

Chanel Espadrilles in Tweed And Calfskin
Style code: G32742
Prices: $725 USD, €520 euro, $840 SGD, $4300 HKD, $800 AUD, ¥66960 JPY








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New arrivals: TOMS and Prabal Gurung's shoe collaborationNew arrivals: TOMS and Prabal Gurung’s shoe collaboration

Shoe brand TOMS and fashion designer Prabal Gurung are teaming up for a good cause. Two two collaborated on a limited-edition collection of shoes where part of the proceeds go towards the Shiksyka Foundation Nepal. This organization helps underprivileged children, and as of recently, the relief efforts to rebuild Nepal. The four distinct shoe styles range from a suede boot to the classic TOMS updated with a snow leopard print. Priced between $  and $  , you can shop the Prabal Gurung collaboration now at

TOMS x Prabal Gurung Black & Red Fair Isle ClassicsTOMS x Prabal Gurung Black & Red Fair Isle ClassicsTOMS x Prabal Gurung Suede Contrast Nepal BootsTOMS x Prabal Gurung Suede Contrast Nepal BootsTOMS x Prabal Gurung Black Snow Leopard Del Rey SneakersTOMS x Prabal Gurung Black Snow Leopard Del Rey SneakersTOMS x Prabal Gurung White Snow Leopard ClassicsTOMS x Prabal Gurung White Snow Leopard Classics

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The Best Ankle-Strap Heels

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Photo credit: ELLE.

I love ankle-strap heels for several reasons. First and foremost, I find them to generally easy to walk in, since the strap prevents your foot from slipping around so much. I also find them to be chic and flattering on basically everyone.

Many people fear that an ankle strap will cut their leg line off in an awkward way, especially if they're short. While this can be true, I think it's a myth that this trend is only for tall girls. The length of the skirt or pants you're wearing with the heels and the thickness of the strap make all the difference, so play around with different proportions till you find what works for you. I promise, there's a style that will look great!

This shoe trend is especially perfect for summer, since many ankle-strap heels are sandals. Here, I'll help you find a pair to rock on your next night out, to your internship, or even just with jeans. 

9 affordable pairs of ankle-strap heels

1. These Betsey Johnson heels are made for summer -- and also for someone who's good at walking in heels. Still, the strappy construction should make them a bit more manageable. The leopard print is fun but subtle enough to treat as a neutral. You can rock these with pretty much anything!

2. Block heel + ankle strap = easiest type of heel to walk in, IMHO. And this bright turquoise pair from Lulu's will complete every summer outfit in a fresh and fun way. They'd be beyond cute with pretty much any a-line dress or skirt. Try 'em with cuffed jeans on cooler days or with cutoffs and a flowy, long sleeve blouse for something really fresh.

3. I love the color of these cute bow sandals, also from Lulu's. As great as they'd be with an LBD, it'd be extra fun to add them to an already-colorful ensemble. They're made for a summer date night.

4. These ASOS kitten heels are super practical, but the pastel hue keeps them fresh. You'll score tons of compliments rocking these at your summer job, but I'd also encourage you ditch your flats and try these babies with everything from ripped jeans to a retro romper.

5. These Forever 21 shoes can take you absolutely anywhere (especially since, once again, they combine an ankle strap with a block heel!). They're basics, but the faux-patent and the peep-toe make them seem a little mod, and much more high-fashion than basic black pumps. They transition easily from your (casual) internship to a night out. And don't just stick them with skirts -- they're a perfect match with wide-leg pants.

6. Talk about a statement shoe! These floral Modcloth heels would be perfect for a party with a LWD.

7. Meet your new everyday shoe. Chicer than your typical thong sandal, these block-heeled sandals (also available in red or silver) give you a little height but are still super easy. They're professional enough for the office but chill enough for the mall, and rocking them with formal wear would be beyond cool. While their versatility would make them worth the investment.

8. These platform Forever 21 sandals are perfect for boho ladies.They're just what your favorite maxi needs to be taken to the next level (literally). Rocking them with cropped jeans would also be an adorable, '70s-inspired choice.

9. Last but certainly not least, these Michael Antonio sandals are a great going-out shoe. The snake and the metallic are sexy, but there's no ultra-high heel to kill your dancing mood. Red doesn't work with your favorite dress or jumpsuit? They're also available in black, gold, and silver.

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1. I am a very boring shoe purchaser. I love to look at fun crazy heels, but when it comes down to make the final decision, somehow I always end up with black or nude. Boring boring boring.


Aquazzura, on sale for 30% off


Because of that, I’ve been determined recently to branch out and try out some new colorful sandals…and what better time than sale season? I love the Aquazzuras above (and have been stalking their product page someone lazily for my size), but also on my list are these color blocked Brian Atwoods (now 50% off), as well as theseprinted leather and brocade blocked heeled sandals, 40% off from Dolce & Gabbana. You’ll probably notice that even my colorful picks aren’t “too” crazy – there were a bunch of Sophia Websters that I passed up – but still I think that it’s a good foray into color for a dull shoe person like myself.

2. I know quite a few of you are both luxury travel junkies and like a good deal, so I wanted to share the news that Luxury Link has declared bankruptcy, and shut down. You can read more about it in this Forbes article. Where do you all go for your luxury travel deals, by the way? 

3. I’ve followed Sumner Redstone’s career on and off over the years, but never really knew too much about the “actual man”. This profile of the 91 year old Redstone, via Vanity Fair, was a fascinating read into the career and personal life of one of the legendary media moguls of our time. A long read, but worth it in my opinion.

Hijacking The Runway

Hijacking the Runway, via Amazon

4. My reading this week – the fascinating Hijacking the Runway, written by the always excellent Teri Agins. I have always enjoyed Agins’ writing – I have her last book, The End of Fashion as well, and read anything with her byline on it in the WSJ. Hijacking gives a great overview into how celebrities have become not just larger and larger influences in the fashion industry, but also fashion designers themselves. I’d recommend both Hijacking and The End of Fashion for anyone interested in the business of style. Enjoy!

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