Today I was given a first-hand introduction to a world of shoes that I never knew existed. After doing a little research I can now see how late I was to the party.
Italian designer Giuseppe Zanotti’s footwear designs instantly captivated me, as they have many a celebrity so I hear.
The lofty price tags ensure exclusivity, which makes them all the more appealing to a select few. Not only that though – I mean, there’s no denying a badass pair of sneakers.
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I recently attended the “Nail your signature style shopping evening” event at the G-STAR RAW flagship store on Oxford Street in conjunction with InStyle Magazine and filmed some clips of the highlights. Here is a video montage I put together of the occasion to share with you all.
I’ll be honest with you. I’ve never shopped online for clothes before, so this is a first for me. Call me old-fashioned but I actually enjoy the buzz of the high street, looking for a new outfit for a night out with the lads, and actually being able to try clothes on before I purchase them.
It’s always been especially nice to have a second opinion on new outfits too, like that of a partner or friend, so shopping online for clothes always seemed like a lonely pursuit to me.
Nevertheless, I’m sat here in front of my computer wondering what all the fuss is about and I’m going to search to see what I would buy should I ever decide to make the shift from high street to e-commerce.
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The final day of India Fashion Week London saw a great display of Western-South Asian fusion designs.
First on the ramp, designer Anushree Reddy whose designs donned subtle prints and surprising embellishments, a blend of Vintage Flamboyant Floral fused with age old Hyderabadi zardozi. Standing out for their bursts of colours, drama, glamour, easy to wear prêt and uber glam couture.
Continue reading “Day 3 and a wrap for India Fashion Week London 2015!”