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Reach Everything On The Tallest Shelf With Casadei's Sky High Platforms When it comes to our credentials for statement shoes, our list is molto semplice: a big beautiful platform toe and an even bigger sculpted heel. Italian designer Casadei perfected our ideal sky-high shoe cravings in the spring '10 collection with colorful platforms that are cartoons come that to life and rope-woven sandals with some serious lift. Staying true to form, Casadei never disappoints us when it comes to shoes that really hit the high notes.
  • 86 months ago Refinery29 »

    Girls and guys, get ready to rumble. RumbaTime is a new watch company selling streamlined, silicon watches in a rainbow of colorful hues from a pale lavender to a candy-apple red. Started by three college buddies Drew Deters, Jay Hartington, and Joe Anto, the watch fits the lifestyle of those who prefer the active outdoors as well as seasoned Manhattanites. For vendors wishing to carry them, they will also donate a number of watches to that retailer's charity of choice. As Jay says, "With our watch, checking the time becomes a reminder to lighten up, have some fun, and focus on what's truly important." And did we mention they're only $20 each? We'll take two, please!

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    Nicholas Kirkwood And Liberty Of London Swing Into Spring With Their 2010 Shoe Collaboration

  • We already know that the Chanel brand wants to conquer your nails, lips, purses, and—with the advent of Chanel's temporary tattoos—the top layers of your epidermis, so what surface will Chanel conquer next? How about your forehead? Art student Ryan McSorley thinks so. In his final project for a product design class at Central Saint Martins, Ryan created Skin by Chanel, a collection of skincare standbys including a cleanser, toner, and moisturizer, but with an unexpected addition: There's also a headband that imprints the double C's on your forehead, cheek, or facial surface of choice. If his prediction about the future of extreme branding ever comes true, people won't have to ask you what moisturizer you're using—the answer will be written on your face. (Notcot)

  • 87 months ago Refinery29 »

    Refinery29.com fashion reporters cover fashion shows from around the globe. Read up on this years New York fashion show, or browse the latest runway fashion trends. Go to Refinery29.com now to browse fashion show updates and glamorous images.

  • 87 months ago Refinery29 »

    When we buy shoes, we'll actually wear them, which means that the lifespan of our spindly stilettos doesn't justify their pricetag. Wedges and heavy-duty boots are our footwear of choice, and Swedish label Minimarket stocks some of the best options out there. Their spring '10 collection doesn't disappoint! There's a terribly chic cap-toed boot with a wooden platform (it comes in a more understated blacked-out version, too), a cobalt version of their classic back-zip wedge...and don't get us started on those tan lace-ups. We dare you to find us a sleeker, more practical shoe. And if shoes aren't your thing, they've got a covetable collection of sunglasses and purses‐including patent and suede wristlets and studded caps that are nearly too sweet for words.

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  • Native to San Paulo, Brazil, shoe-lady Andreia Chaves derives inspiration from the chaos and structure of her hometown, and visual puns from the likes of Maison Martin Margiela, Rei Kawakubo, Yohji Yamamoto, and Issey Miyake. What this means in plainsmen terms is this: These are shoes that will freak people out. Yes, we know that her "invisible shoe" is basically a wedge made of mirrors, and looks about as comfortable as the inside of Steve Buscemi's mouth, but there's really nothing that says "I'm a fashionista" like showing up at a party with your feet gone A.W.O.L.. Click through for more of Andreia's creations, including a shoe that looks more like an egg-slicer than a heel, and a velcro creation that's bound to pick up a couple of stares (as well as a pound of lint). (Yatzer)

  • 89 months ago Refinery29 »

    Catching a flash of a leopard boot and football-shaped baguette last season was enough to have us sitting on the edges of our proverbial seats in anticipation for high-res images of Alexander Wang's spring 2010 collection. After all, the mop-topped charmer's accessories are on a winning streak, with every one of his studded, embossed, and cracked leather goodies selling out faster than you can say "How much for these?". But that was last season during the heyday of the tough-as-nails trend, and as the spikes-'n'-chains thing fizzes out, we were worried that Alex might not be able to play catch-up quickly enough. But, from these product shots, we really had nothing to be concerned about, with playful heels with an athletic kick, a graphic update on the Coco bag, and that leather clutch that you might want to think twice about hiking down the end zone. (Nylon)

  • 90 months ago Refinery29 »

    Refinery29.com fashion reporters cover fashion shows from around the globe. Read up on this years New York fashion show, or browse the latest runway fashion trends. Go to Refinery29.com now to browse fashion show updates and glamorous images.

  • 90 months ago Refinery29 »

    Refinery29.com fashion reporters cover fashion shows from around the globe. Read up on this years New York fashion show, or browse the latest runway fashion trends. Go to Refinery29.com now to browse fashion show updates and glamorous images.

  • We're always on the hunt for stylish cases to shield our shiny, happy Apple products from dents, dust, scratches, and spilled nail polish. If you're like us and not really into swathing your laptop and mobile in black, beige, or hot-pink scuba rubber, check out AnOther Magazine's cool, limited edition Gareth Pugh-designed InCase iPhone Shell and MacBook Sleeve, available soon at Colette and now at AnOther Magazine shop. The cases' black and white fractal graphics resemble shattered glass and is recognizably Pugh—though at around $125 and $87, these tech-toy protectors will run you more than the average case. But given our currently dismal covers, we'd happily pay for this high-style alternative to blah neoprene.