Posts Written On April 2010

Brian Atwood Loca

Brian Atwood is such a visionary. I love shoes and his designs are out of this world. I especially love the Spring Resort 2010 collection.

 His ads are out of this world. 

Every since I saw these pumps in the SATCM2 sneak peek blogs, I have been in love! See Carrie rocking them?

They are $965 CAD O_O

As you know, high fashion couture designers come up with the concepts inspired by street fashion and subculture trends from all over the world and it trickles down to consumer mass brands and the fashion cycle whirlwinds again. I went to the biggest shoe sample sale in Canada and got my hands on samples for S/S 2010 and I found these from Jessica Simpson at the Petite Feet sale over the weekend!

Oooo la la 🙂  Can’t wait to rock em suede x studs x pvc loveliness.

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Petite Feet Sale

It was so much fun running into friends we knew and people we recognized us from last sale! This sale is bigger, badder and really fabulous overall. Let me know what you got via @heydoyou and @petitefeetsale on Twitter!

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PF x BFF Winners

Congrats to Joannah Grant-Bailey and her BFF Aliza Chagpar for winning the Petite Feet BFF Contest!

Claim your 2 pairs of shoes this weekend!

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LINE Knitwear

Toronto based brand LINE gave the city’s fashion elite a new definition for knitwear, with the showcase of their Fall Winter 2010 runway collection “Pretty Dark.”   Designers Jennifer Wells and John Muscat put together a truly innovative show for Canadian Fashion and for knitwear as a fashion medium.  Up and coming supermodel Alana Zimmer, opened and closed the show which featured forty looks of chic and sexy knitwear from head to toe.  
The winter fantasy feel of the clothing itself gave the eye a visual feast of various textures ranging from rows of luxurious cashmere ruffles and petals layered with silk chiffon, along with sumptuous hand knit patterns  that were both lush and deconstructed. The ethereal and artful creations had the room inspired by the groundbreaking design and surely will have many redefining their sweater choices for this coming fall.  The show ended after 15 minutes to an unanimous standing ovation and was an extremely proud moment for Canadian fashion.
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