Tag Archives: Emily Blunt

Insane heights

9 Feb

Welcome to a new shoe-post! It’s been a while and I’ve got a lot of heels to show you!

Apparently it’s still winter at certain regions of the world and ladies need boots. Burberry’s ankle boots were a tiny bit over-hyped after the presentation last year – they look good, many fashionistas want them but only a few ladies can actually afford and wear them. The season is far from over, this pair might get more popular eventually.

And some more pictures from Hilary Duff as she shopped in Paris:

It’s been quiet around Casadei lately, luckily Sofia Vergara decided to wear a classic and Anne Hathaway wore a pair from the brand’s new collection.

Here’s Anne Hathaway in a summer-ish outfit:

I started to wonder whether it’s possible to create a post without mentioning Christian Louboutin or not. I guess it’s not – is that a problem? 😀

Call me cheap/mainstream/male but I like Kim’s whole look:

The shoe of the Spring/Summer 2011 collection has a 15 cm heel (6 inches!) and a pair costs $1.665. They say: “Sky-high and surprisingly comfortable, dance until sunrise in these 6″ stunners. And snag your size while you can ladies; our online boutique is the only place where you can find these in hot pink!” Well, it’s already sold out in four sizes!

Jennifer Lopez wore a lovely pair at a Gillette event; it is called Boulima and it’s like the Maggie with an ankle strap.

It makes you even taller than the one worn by Kim Kardashian since it has 16 cm heels (6.3 inches). A pair would cost you $1.125 and it’s Boutique Exclusive as well – and almost totally sold out!

The last pair by Louboutin in this post is the “Titi” which you might have seen here already, now Emily Blunt wore it in a neutral color:

It’s designed with 12 cm (4.7″) heels and the price is around $700.

To have a rather special pair as the last picture of the post, I’ve chosen these ankle boots by Alexander McQueen, worn here by Tamara Ecclestone:

This pair is a piece of art, isn’t it?

That’s it for now, expect a new post to appear on Friday!

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Uniqueness vs. popularity: platforms

6 Jul

There haven’t been too many shoes by Roberto Cavalli on my blog, which makes this pair pretty unique:

15 cm heels,  4 cm platforms, € 745 (ca. $930) – definitely a nice design!

I’m a big fan of Charlotte Olympia‘s work, despite we can’t spot her shoes too often.

15,5 cm heels, 3,5 cm platforms, € 670(ca. $840) – it isn’t cheap either.

Talk about expensive and really high shoes; here’s Fendi‘s trademark pair of this summer:

Now it’s time for the über-popular shoes by Sergio Rossi. I’ve written about it here already, but now I had to feature these pairs in my post again since they have flooded the streets (or at least the red carpets):

I hope to be able to post on Thursday again, you might want to drop by 🙂

Best of May 2010

5 Jun

This month has been the best so far, I’ve got plenty of pictures for you!

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Best of January 2010

7 Feb

The “Best of…” is back again, I hope you’re ready to see 33 pictures which represent moments of beauty and fun!

Alessandra Ambrosio

Ana Beatriz Barros

Annemarie Warnkross

Ashley Greene

Barbara Meier

Bettina Zimmermann (and Bettina Cramer)

Beyonce and JLo

Camilla Belle

Christina Aguilera

Davorka Tovilo, Germany's very own Paris Hilton

Emily Blunt

Heidi Klum and Heidi Klum

January Jones

Jessica Lowndes

Jessica Szohr and Ed Westwick

Julianne Moore

Kat von D

Kate Hudson

Lady Gaga

Lauren Bosworth and Lauren Conrad

Liliana Matthäus

Maria Menounos

Maria Sharapova

Michelle Hunziker

Nena (right, "99 Luftballons/99 Red Balloons")

Olga Kurylenko (and many others)

Olivia Wilde

Rachel McAdams

Sasha Cohen

Sonya Kraus

Stacy Keibler

Sugababes

The Saturdays (note: can you spot any ladies in the audience? Lol!)

Credit to the photographers. You can download all the pictures in high quality in one, compressed file from Rapidshare or from Mediafire.

I hope you like the selection.

Now it’s time for me to get ready for the Super Bowl 🙂