Raf Simons’ swan song for Jil Sander was marked by calm elegance. While much of the collection nodded to the late 60s, the shoes were more of a futuristic reference. I, for one, wouldn’t mind this pair of pink-trimmed pumps being part of my future. **Image via Style.com
Alessandra Facchinetti took the term “ready to wear” literally in the Uniqueness Fall 2012 collection, so much so that it became available online the day of its Fashion Week presentation. Throughout the collection, it was clear that the 1920s were part of the designers mood board, and there was a whisper of art deco in the shoes. Suede pumps with metallic zig-zag T-straps, anyone? **Image via WWD
Fifties chic, folkloric fabrics and bits of fur would seem to combat each other in a collection, but somehow they worked well in Antonio Marras’ ultra feminine showing for fall 2012. The shoes were ladylike, as well. Don’t these velvet color blocked, cap toe pumps look demure?
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