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Whether you're go-to footwear is flats, wedges, heels, sandals, sneakers, or anything else, we've rounded up the most comfortable shoes to walk around New York City in. From TOMS to Torys, these shoes are your best bet for gliding around the streets in comfort this season. More>>
Looking to fix up that pair of Jimmy Choo's, but don't know who to trust? Those Ferragamo loafers need a little touching up? The city can be cruel to your most beloved shoes, but not to worry! We've found the best shoe cobblers for all your shoe repair needs. From minor scratches to devastated heels, check these out if your shoes need some TLC.
At the corner of Madison Avenue and Harding Drive, Hilary Rosenman is walking in style. As co-founder of shoe line Madison Harding, Rosenman has distinguished herself in the fashion industry for her vintage-inspired designs. We caught up with Rosenman to discuss her collection, Polyvore partnership, and personal style! More»
From rain to snow, this winter has been as unpredictable as ever, and there's nothing like bad weather to put a damper on a girl's style. You may not be able to rock the sky-high heels just yet, but that doesn't mean you still can't look your best from day to night. Until the weather thaws out, there are plenty of stylish, weatherproof shoes to get you through the rest of the season. Click through for five options that will keep your fashion sensibilities intact.
Dress codes for events can often be unclear and stressful. For tomorrow night's UNICEF Snowflake Ball, take a cue from last year's celebrity attendees if you're still unsure about what to wear. While Uma Thurman kept it sleek and simple in an emerald calf-skimming number, Sarah Jessica Parker opted for full ostrich feathers in a Louis Vuitton ensemble. Take a look at these outfits from the 2011 UNICEF Snowflake Ball and maybe choosing an outfit for tomorrow (or any winter gala) will be a little easier. We'll see you at Cipriani's 42nd street!
Guys, we know you love your kicks, and we don't give you enough credit for your sole and laces styles. But it's hard for us to ignore that women's sneakers are stealing the show this season too. That's why we're pairing up our favorite men's and women's sneakers for fall. Take a look and lace 'em up! More»
Full disclosure: I used to work at Sassanova back in the day, and this is one of the best places to buy shoes in the area. The trick is knowing when to buy. That when is this weekend, with their "power hour" sale going on from 9:30-11am TOMORROW. More»
Whether you're go-to footwear is flats, wedges, heels, sandals, sneakers, or anything else, we've rounded up the most comfortable shoes to walk around New York City in. From TOMS to Torys, these shoes are your best bet for gliding around the streets in comfort. More»
New season, new shoes. With the temperatures warming, it's time to trade in your tired motorcycle boots and opt for something light. From stacked wedges to sky-high stilettos, here are the most stylish shoes to fawn over this summer. More»
Flames and 50s inspired tailfins at Prada, coral-shaped heels at Chanel and flamboyant ethnic patterns as well as cheerful colors everywhere else - Spring 2012 is an extremely color- and playful shoe season. So, after this outburst of anything goes, what is Fall/Winter 2012/13 going to look like? Are we going back to black in shame of having been seduced by the sweet pastels and the sinfulness of hot pink? We've taken a look at the international catwalks to get you ahead of the game for the next cold season. More»
"The core of my work is dedicated not to pleasing women but to pleasing men."-Christian Louboutin
Sorry to disappoint you, Mr. Louboutin, but your coveted red soles have delighted nearly every female across the planet, and merely left men with the unfortunate price tag. In an homage to the Parisian shoe god turning 20, here are some of the most memorable, albeit expensive, moments from the famed fashion house. More»
Wednesday, May 22
We sat down with Anne Pasternak for a few questions about Creative Time's past and future, as well as the importance of having an awareness about public art in the city.