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Rihanna x Manolo Blahnik 2017 shoe collaborationRihanna x Manolo Blahnik’s third collaboration drops

After taking a look at the campaign images, Rihanna’s third and final collaboration with shoe designer Manolo Blahnik has arrived. Called ‘So Stoned’, this dazzling collection features sandals and mules with crystal embellishments. Turning up the cool factor to a ten, these styles also include PVC heels and accents. Prices start at $1,265 for the ‘Spice’ mules and go up to $2,325 for the ‘Poison Ivy’ gladiator sandals. 


Manolo Blahnik x Rihanna Bajan Princess Mules $1,435Manolo Blahnik x Rihanna Bajan Princess Mules $1,435
Get ready to shine in a crystal embellished mule featuring PVC detail.Manolo Blahnik x Rihanna Poison Ivy Gladiator Sandals $2,325Manolo Blahnik x Rihanna Poison Ivy Gladiator Sandals $2,325
Show off your legs in a gladiator sandal made with colorful crystals and see-through accents.Manolo Blahnik x Rihanna Spice Mules $1,265Manolo Blahnik x Rihanna Spice Mules $1,265
Look red-hot in these crystal embellished mules featuring a PVC heel at 2.8″.Manolo Blahnik x Rihanna Purple Chalice Sandals $1,325Manolo Blahnik x Rihanna Purple Chalice Sandals $1,325
Walk into the room like a princess with a crystal encrusted pair of sandals featuring an on-trend ankle strap.

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Embroidered Mexican Fashion Trend

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Embroidered Mexican fashion trend it will be something interesting for summer are excited about this. Anything that will make you look right – right memorable to walk in a garden or shopping? This will give you the look and spirit of giving with embroidered Mexican fashion, he’s style of Mexico is in trend. From handbags, shoes, dress up with skirts so sweet once. All in full color with a blend of style and detail that is so perfect. Here are the Embroidered Mexican fashion trend.

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The Chanel Espadrilles are just like a pair of magnets – something about it pulls our heart toward it. They’re irresistible, gorgeous and classy, don’t you think?

As always, Chanel releases new pair of Espadrilles in every season – they mix them with new materials and colors, so there are plenty of choices.

For the Spring Summer 2017 Collection Act 2, the Espadrilles are made in lambskin and ruthenium metal in white or black, in multicolor metallic lambskin mixed with tweed and for those that love luxury to the max, the French Fashion House also releases Espadrilles in solid color and lambskin.

Every Espadrille is made with large CC logo just above the toe, and the toe is usually designed with different color or design. Now let’s head to the details shall we?

Chanel White Espadrilles in Lambskin and Ruthenium Metal
Style code: G29762
Prices: $675 USD, €520 euro, £460 GBP, $820 SGD, $4400 HKD, $870 AUD, ¥66960 JPY, ¥4000 CNY

Chanel Black Espadrilles in Lambskin and Ruthenium Metal
Style code: G29762
Prices: $675 USD, €510 euro, £450 GBP, $820 SGD, $4000 HKD, $780 AUD, ¥64800 JPY, ¥3900 CNY

Chanel Multicolor Tweed Espadrilles with (Metallic) Lambskin Toe
Style code: G29762
Prices: $675 USD, €520 euro, £460 GBP, $820 SGD, $4400 HKD, $870 AUD, ¥66960 JPY, ¥4000 CNY

Chanel Lambskin Espadrilles
Style code: G29762
Prices: $725 USD, €520 euro, £485 GBP, $820 SGD, $4400 HKD, $870 AUD, ¥66960 JPY, ¥4000 CNY














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Tod’s Tattoo Collection

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When something’s right, it’s almost perfect. Which rings true in the case of Tod’s recent collaboration with famed tattoo artist Saira Hunjan for the Tod’s Tattoo collection that’s already in stores. Featuring an ancient motif of enveloping lions that’s engraved on leather, the collection encompasses both handbags and footwear in a line-up that’s suited for both men and women.

There’s the Double Tattoo-Inspired Messenger (SGD3060), a 41 cm by 31 cm shoulder sling with a generous flap that comes silkscreened with the ancient motif. And then there are the shoes that I love, from the Gomminodriving shoes (SGD870) to the slip-ons (SGD850) and the sneakers with fancy laces (SGD870) that all come with the same beautiful print. What’s even more interesting is the fact that on the driving shoes, the design is not only on the front but also extends to the bottom of the shoe, making for a visually stunning piece that’s big on both form and function since we already know how comfortable Tod’s shoes are to begin with.

In other words, if you’ve always wanted a tattoo (like me) but have been too chicken to actually get one (like me), this collection could be for you. You’ll just have to head down to Tod’s Marina Bay Sands or Paragon soon because everything is strictly limited edition with finite quantities available.

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A Brief Of History Of Designer Sandals

Sandals are an item of clothing that have been around almost as long as civilisation itself, archeological findings have discovered evidence of sandals up to 10,000 years ago, discovered in Oregon, Fort Rock Cave. Primitive in design and construction, they still showed the beginning of the well known sandal design, boasting a woven fabric to hold the toe area in place.

Throughout the spread of the human race over the coming thousands of years, sandal findings were climbing, with that we can observe advancement in design, with additions such as fur lining, animal hide, platformed wedged heels and even jewels added to brighten up an otherwise functional item of footwear.

From these early beginnings, these simple yet effective shoes have left their mark throughout history and across all parts of the globe. One area with a large significance is the ancient Egyptian period, showing strong appeal to the sandal. The Pharaoh Narmer, famed for unifying Egypt and becoming the founder of the First Dynasty, to a lesser extent is famed for his love of sandals.

Wall paintings depicting the Egyptian King show first evidence of the importance of sandals across Egypt. The image of Narmer is shown followed closely by his sandals bearer, ensuring he never has the shoes far away. They would even be left in pride of place upon his throne on his absence. Even the bearer themselves were held in high regard.

Sandals were definitely a sign of a high status amongst the Egyptian people, with only the top of society deemed successful or powerful enough to wear them. As an example, Tutankhamun was buried with no fewer than 42 pairs of his favourite sandals.


From this high beginning, sandals have had a very fruitful and popular life, spreading across the globe. Countries such as Japan, China and even South America fell in love with the simple sandal. The Greeks were once such a country who placed great stock in these shoes, manufacturing a vast amount of different footwear, including of course many varieties of sandal. Unfortunately there is limited amount of actual physical evidence of Greek footwear. However, the Greeks to their credit created a large amount of artwork to back up their creations, these have luckily survived through the ages.

Of course in time, the Romans famously invaded Greece, overtaking their land and enslaving their people, during this occupation the Roman People began to adopt many of their customs, including the wearing of sandals. It wasn’t long before the allure reached their homeland, eventually even the top echelons of Rome saw the beauty in the footwear.

The Roman’s even coined their own variation of the name, in Latin tongue ‘Sandalium’. During the rise of the Empire, the popularity of the humble sandal rose. Colour for example was used to determine social status of the wearer, red was used exclusively for Emperors. Julius Caesar had a special red and purple design specially reserved for him and his children.

Despite the popularity of sandals, there was still a status quo to be upheld, one such unwritten rule was that they were preferred to be worn indoors, stepping outside with them would alert others that you were in the depths of poverty. The Romans were some of the early designers of incredibly elaborate designed sandals, a sign of the start of their infamous decadent lifestyle.

Even the Emperor Nero had a fondness for sandals, the Nero who nearly single handedly was responsible for the demise of the Roman Empire with his extravagant spending. The infamous ruler’s lavishness even spread to the sandal design, with stunning silver pairs crafted for himself. His wife’s design was even more elaborate, a poured gold base encrusted with the rarest jewels. Due to Rome’s dominance across Europe, the popularity of sandals spread to all their occupied countries, leaving their mark across multiple lands. However, once Rome fell, and their grip was released from Europe, the sandals phenomenon almost simultaneously began to decline. For much of the following centuries, sandal wearing was almost non-existent in Europe.

sandals_goldTowards the late 1800’s the French designers looked back upon ancient fashions, one such inspiration that caught their interest was of course the forgotten sandal, giving them a much needed lease of life. But it wasn’t till the early 20th century that sandals became popular once again, harking back to their heyday during the Roman Empire.

The revival can be pinpointed down to the cinemas fascination with movies based on Biblical stories. Thousands of sandals were created for the huge numbers of cast members, with the top actresses in particular choosing to wear them off set. This led to fans wanting to follow suit and donning similar footwear. One designer at the forefront of sandal design during this period was Salvatore Ferragamo, who introduced new designs such as the heeled wedge and peekaboo style. With the heeled variety in particular being associated with the popular pin up girls of the time.


Throughout the course of the 1900’s sandal production steadily increased into the millions, largely in part to the new interest in cheap plastic manufacturing. The 60’s introduced us to what was to be known as the ‘Jesus’ sandal. Simple yet practical with a leather v-strap or toe ring, these were particularly popular with the hippie movement of the day. The following decade, their was a sudden interest in foot health and comfort. This gave rise to the famous Birkenstocks, allowing freedom of movement and much better support than previously possible.

In recent years, sandals have become even more accepted for day to day wear, it’s not uncommon to see fashionistas and off duty catwalk models stepping out in fashionable sandals. A definite turning point was when the simple shoe with the humble beginning graced the pages of that illustrious magazine, Vogue. Since, fashion houses everywhere having been feverishly creating interesting designs each successive season in time for summer.

For more in depth information into the fascinating history of sandals, check out fashion history love to know and all about shoes

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Cara Delevingne Has Worn Some Extreme Shoe Looks on the Suicide Squad Promo Tour

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