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“With more than 250 works of art, many of which are on loan from museums around the world, we will revisit the history of
Since feet come in different sizes and shapes finding the perfect shoe for an evening such as the Oscars or any event can be a daunting task. The wrong pair of shoes can make the whole evening a very uncomfortable experience.
You have to imagine why today it's so easy to find many new accessory stores pumping out knock-offs of designer shoes and bags, all for a fraction of its original brands. It's no wonder why more women are in search of finding the best replica at the right price.
There are so many lust-worthy items popping up this spring -- wearable crop tops, Birkenstocks and blinged-out chokers, just
When I visit my childhood home in South Carolina for the holidays, I always swing by TJ Maxx. From leather handbags to hair
It’s not only about the dress. For some brides these days, the shoes are commanding as much attention as the gown. Brides
As part of my job, I have met a lot of celebrities, but none of them -- besides Justin Timberlake -- have made me as excited as when I met Nicholas Kirkwood.
Lucky for us, we were able to unmask one of the brand's designers -- Yusef Sirius-El, a seasoned sneaker designer with plenty
I understand the whole "beauty is pain" mentality, but what happens when the pain results in surgery? Is a long-term injury worth the compliments and ego-boost of wearing beautiful shoes?
I understand the whole "beauty is pain" mentality, but what happens when the pain results in surgery? Is a long-term injury worth the compliments and ego-boost of wearing beautiful shoes?
When you're an undefeated and seven-time world champion boxer what else could you possible want? You only have until May
For Rupert Sanderson, designing a shoe is not about making a pair of ridiculously over-designed and stratospheric high heels that no woman can comfortably walk in.
If you had $1,250 to spend on accessories, would you drop it on a versatile purple Mulberry bag big enough to carry every single day, or take the cash and get three new pairs of designer shoes?
As Ted Stevens was convicted today by a Washington, DC jury of making false statements on Senate forms, it seems non-Arctic Americans just don't know how to give Alaska politicians a break.
Rick Owens is clearly owning the sneaker market. And talk about a statement shoe--his chunky high-tops have been seen in
First Person Artist is a weekly column by artist Kimberly Brooks in which she provides commentary on the creative process
Karl Lagerfeld at H&M? Check. Proenza Schouler at Target? Check. Lela Rose at Payless Shoesource? Now, there's a head scratcher