On May 12th, Italian expert shoe-maker Sergio Rossi, known for its overt decadence and glamor, with a right mix of modernity and edginess, has created and presented its 2010 red-carpet limited edition shoes in commemoration of the Cannes Film Festival, which sadly came to a close this past weekend.
The shoe is a red suede, crystal embellished, stilletto with a fishscale-esque netting pattern. It's full on glamor and luxury that only Cannes would be the ideal place to debut. The word fishsacles can drive people away, so how about siren, when you put on this shoe it will transform you into a elegant and sophisticated siren. The curves of the netting compliments the natural curves of a feet and the dramatic pattern draws attention to the feet effortlessly.
In fact, Sergio Rossi is a brand that is mainly slotted for the red-carpet and the rich and famous because of its clear direction of glitz and glamor,it's evidently meant for special occasions, but we can still admire its Italian workmanship and style. The brand is carried in limited US stores as well as department chains such as Saks and Neiman Marcus. The brand has a much bigger following in Europe and Asia; its customers are generally more mature and it's definitely not trendy like ASH, Nicholas Kirkwood, or even lesser brands like BCBG. For us who cannot afford something of this caliber, this can serve as appreciation and motivation? Here are some of my favorite from its Spring Summer 2010 collection.
I have got to talk more about shoes, it is shoes that ALL women love, no fit, not color, no style matters the way they do with clothes, the ladies can love shoes whole-heatedly. So go shoes!