Here September when children go back to school and just before the arrival of autumn but still with the taste of summer. Here is our casual selection of fashion for the last days of summer.
CHANTECAILLE LIMITED EDITION GEL LINER PENCIL
WOMEN’S MICHAEL KORS STRIPED TIE-DYE ASYMMETRIC COVER-UP
T BY ALEXANDER WANG FUNNEL-NECK SWEATER
ALEJANDRO INGELMO BLACK LEATHER DEAN SNEAKERS
CubeMe selected for you this week, a romantic/rock silhouette. A 100% silk trousers with a biker jacket and a red lips stick and nail polish for a Rock’n'Roll Attitude.
Martine ‘OMG’ Rubber Strap Watch
Guerlain Rouge G de Guerlain Jewel Lipstick Compact Gala 21
Yves saint laurent Nail Lacquer Rouge
Julius Leather Biker Jacket
Lanvin Cap Toe Sneakers
This bold Versace red pair of heels skin open toe pumps are just perfection and elegance with its clean lines. With a simple t-shirt and jeans, this pair of shoes will bring a sexy and elegant touch your outfit.
The Ashiato sandals look like ordinary Japanese ge-ta (thetraditional wooden footgear) from the top, but leave behind animal footprints in their wake. The pawprint designs are carved in relief on the bottom of the sole. Made by Kiko+, an interior design firm that turned its creative minds towards kids’ toys, the clever sandals can come in 5 different animal prints: cat, gecko, owl, monkey, and zaurus (which seems to be a dino-shaped foot). Ashiato Sandals come in 5 different styles/colors: Cat (pink), Gecko (blue), Owl (yellow), Monkey (orange) and Zaurus (green).
Claudia Civilleri’s Up Shoes are based on an initial concept of shoes molded in polyurethane. It was then decided that better stability and ergonomics were the goal, so a different process was adopted. Using an embroidery machine from the seventies that was found in a basement, Civilleri sewed strips of two-tone leather to create channels for stuffing one of the colours in order to create bulges. This was done to imitate the initial swelling obtained by using the plastic materials.
Italian architect and designer Gaetano Pesce came up with a pretty cool concept for his first collaboration with Brazilian footwear label Melissa. The futuristic plastic ankle boots above can be easily customized with the help of a pair of scissors, and transformed into a pair of flats or even sandals.
Lacoste have partnered with the internationally renown Zaha Hadid Architects to release a capsule collection of footwear. The Pritzker Prize winning deconstructivist architect used a digitized version of the iconic Lacoste crocodile logo as a basis to explore surfaces with repeated patterns.
World-renowned designer, artist, illustrator and ceramicist Jame Hayon is now stepping out with all the right colours into the world of shoes.
“I wanted to find a form that stylized the foot, like the tap dancing shoes. I have always liked the character of dance shoes because they remind me of a music-hall. I wanted to make a simple shoe but one that had character, in solid colours but that were special enough to give identity to a way of dressing. If for me, and also for many others, glasses are important in creating the personality of a person, I think that shoes should be so too”.
Apple has teamed up with Nike to create your personal supercharged workout assistant. Put the remote sensor in your shoe and you’re ready to run. The iPod then communicates with the receiver, collecting run data with every step. After the workout, you can connect your iPod to your computer and send data to nikeplus.com, where you can track every step of the way. Wow.
I’m not a huge sneakers addict, but I have to admit the Apple Logo Shoes make me drool. These awesome shoes were distributed by the company to their employees in the mid 90′s. No need to say that these are the ultimate collector sneakers. They should make a Microsoft version to step in dog poo.