Shoe of the Week: Chie Mihara Frilly White Sandal

This pair of peep-toe sandals by Chie Mihara blew me away with its fantasy leather detailing. Delicate leather bows masterfully arranged at the front make me think of something light, fluffy, and festive - like sea foam or a delicious dessert.

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Kitten Heel Appeal

Now, we know that kittens are very popular, especially those from Youtube. When it comes to shoes, kitten heels are very appealing as well. They are moderately low - ranging from 3 to 6 cm (1.2'' to 2.4''), usually combined with pointy toe styles. Spanish brands I follow offer many great versions of this popular heel.

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Menbur Christmas 2014

When I think Menbur, I think brilliantly colored satin shoes with exaggerated platforms and crazy stiletto heels. Menbur shoes don't just scream "party", they scream "Hollywood extravaganza"!

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Moving Forward with Deux Souliers

Back to introducing new brands! Properly introducing, that is, since shoes by Deux Souliers have already been featured in our sidebar kiosks. Well, where do I begin? Deux Souliers means

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Magrit

Magrit - behind this enigmatic name hides one of the best (if not the best) shoe making houses of Spain. Magrit is based in Elda and has been around since 1929. It is one of the most respected names in the Spanish shoe industry. How to describe Magrit signature style? Proud, confident, glamorous, and timelessly sexy.

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Shop the Gallery: Sacha London and Si by Sinela

The new gallery has arrived! It is as carefully selected as ever, only bigger, and now you can shop directly from the main gallery (update: the main gallery has since

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A Menbur Christmas

It's party time and a perfect opportunity to give you a taste of Menbur. Menbur is THE party shoe brand of Spain. As a company that specializes in shoes for fiestas and weddings, they are seriously into good time. Their shoes are beautiful, sexy, and fun.

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Sacha London: Carmen

With an ultra-elegant ankle and arch strap, these fabric-covered crimson heels by Sacha London channel ball-room dancing  (tango comes to mind). The swirly plant pattern of the fabric and a

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Sinela: Carmen

The Carmen shoes of the Sinela brand for the Düsseldorf GDS Trade Fair  September 2007 (see post Shoes for Carmen) are a play on the pointe-shoe from ballet, only in

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Sara Navarro: Carmen

When creating this pair of shoes for the Carmen exhibition at the Düsseldorf GDS Trade Show in 2007 (See post Shoes for Carmen), Sara Navarro must have envisioned her Carmen

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