Better late than too late! I recently found these pictures from the Swedish ELLE-gala and was happy to see that some of the red carpet fashionistas wore shoes from Savannah’s. Agnes Carlsson wore Christian Louboutin Very Privé in nude (now out of stock), Pernilla Wahlgren wore the Giuseppe Zanotti multicolored platform pumps, as did Charlotta Flinkeberg, and I think I spotted a Christian Louboutin Lolita pouch in the grip of super model Caroline Winberg?
Monthly Archives: February 2010
The Céline shoes designed by Phoebe Philo have arrived in the boutique on Humlegårdsgatan in Stockholm. They are beautifully crafted, and I believe the new minimalist design will inspire other designers in the coming seasons. Philo is known for her ability to breath new life to old maisons and set the trends for everyone else to follow.
I have been busy traveling to place orders for FW10 these last couple of weeks. As always when in Milan, I try to make time for a stroll through the Brera district and around The Scala theatre to soak up the athmosphere, the architecture and sense of style that Milan has to offer.
The visit to the Stella McCartney showroom was a delight as always. As opposed to many other brands, Stella keeps all her collections in one place for us to see. Shoes, bags, accessories, ready-to-wear etc. are all shown in the same showroom, so the whole idea of the collection is presented for us, which is so much more inspiring than just seeing the shoes by themselfs.
I have also been to London twice already, placing orders with Christian Louboutin. I loved the collection, every piece of it. The studs of previous seasons are still lingering, but we are also going to see a lot of suede, chunky heels and a fantastic new shade called “rust”, a deep bourbon hue I suspect will be a press favorite.
Here are some of my pics from my trips.
Il Duomo in Milan.
The Brera district is pretty.
The Stella bags of FW10 are exeptional! I can’t wait for “my” bag to arrive. Can you?
I have to stop at 10 Corso Como everytime I’m in Milan, just because the store is so perfect. The best catwalk trends are represented here, but they never take it too far. Their selection is still highly commercial and ready for the streets. Impressive!
The mandatory pose-with-a-red-phone-booth-picture on my latest trip to London.
The Swedish department store NK is nothing compared to the great Selfridges & Co in London. That’s for sure.