It is London fashion week again and the fashionista’s are out in force. London Fashion Week, with its veritable band of stylish front rowers, always presents lots of covetable, fashion forward, looks. From head to toe, these are the ladies you look to for the trends for the next season.
Today, I am looking at three ever stylish ladies, and in particular, at their footwear. These fashionista’s set trends, whatever they wear, and never look any less than perfect. I am also giving you some tips on how you can replicate the look with a little help from the fabulous range at Spartoo.
Look 1 – Kate Moss
Although Alexa Chung fans might disagree, for me Kate Moss is still the Queen of London fashion week. And I can’t think of anyone who can rock a pair of leopard print shoes better than La Moss. Kate the great is possibly the only woman who can get away with head-to-toe animal prints, but I prefer it when she uses the shoes to add interest to a simpler outfit. You can get the look with these gorgeous Fremo platforms from Paco Gil. I love the unusual high back detail.
Look 2 – Dita Von Teese
Dita Von Teese is a true Diva, a Hollywood style beauty who always looks immaculate when sitting on the front row. With her porcelain skin and Snow White style hair, red is most definitely her colour. The Magrit Hollywood heels could almost be made for Dita, they are frothy, glamorous, and with the huge bow, totally over the top! Just glorious.
Look 3 – Olivia Palermo
Olivia Palermo is one of my favourite style stars, and a seasoned veteran of London Fashion Week. Olivia is always groomed , polished and immaculate, bringing her ladylike chic to the fore at many different shows. I adore the frill front of this evening shoe, it has a touch of Carrie Bradshaw about it. You can get a similar style with the Fericelli Felbe sandal. This has a similar frill front, but also has a smaller heel for those of you that can no longer face the skyscrapers. However, if high heels are your thing, you could get the very similar Madoc shoe with its significantly higher heel.