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  1. Evi wrote:

    :) This shoes should be very comfortable :D they are soooooooooo amazing ;) great choice :)

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  2. Feist wrote:

    Wow! They are somethin! And they do look like they could be comfy!

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  3. Wendygital wrote:

    Awesome shoes, indeed!

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  4. MM wrote:
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  5. Rocío L. wrote:
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  6. xAZD wrote:

    those shoes are so amazing…saw them on your mom’s blog. love the brown swoop on the heel.

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  7. ava wrote:

    Hi Jane! I love them and I want them! <3 Ava

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  8. Those things are hideous-poor pattern choice, poor color choice..and the soles are just distasteful. These things are abrasive to the eyes, and not in a good fashionably inventive and innovative way. Why do these designers feel the need to think up of every and any possible variation of shoe style, regardless of how ridiculous the outcome may be…they are desperately running out of new ideas, and it shows in bad design.
    Also, stop recycling the same old familiar designer names…im bored of them

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  9. The boots are seriously amazing..love the printed tapestry.

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  10. DUSKIN wrote:


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  11. Louise wrote:

    Wahou… That’s the only word I can find! They are so georgous!
    (please excuse my faults, I’m french…)

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  12. Georgia wrote:

    Talk about statement shoes! They’re amazing!
    It would be mine

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  13. Well, they’re totally cool! I haven’t seen them in person, though.
    Lucy =)

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  14. Lauren wrote:

    Very striking, they look so chunky and high but they actually have a tiny heel?! Strange illusion
    Lauren x

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  15. Nubby wrote:

    Ahhhhh, those are so great! I love that they’re taking something familiar and really pushing the envelope.

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  16. Miss Red wrote:

    Oh. My. God. Those shoes are so so so cool! The pattern is really great and the ace up detail is rely fantastic. The platform is a little strange, but i kind of like it. They would look really nice with your white lace dress.

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  17. I want those. I can tell they would suit me perfectly. But, as all the cool shoes mentioned on this lovely blog, I probably couldn’t afford them in a million years.

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  18. Isabel wrote:

    Oh my gosh, those are SO COOL! Please buy them so I can live vicariously through you.

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  19. beba wrote:

    Wow !

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  20. Kate wrote:

    I’m with you on the Proenza boots. They’re so bad, but in a good way.

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  21. Gosia wrote:

    omg.. the worst shoes i’ve ever seen.

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  22. Brigadeiro wrote:

    They are kerazy! :)

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  23. The shoes in that PS collection were really amazing, I love those, although I must say there’s a pair which I am slightly more in love with from the same show, the black leather and brocade with the stiletto heel pair is AMAZING!

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  24. gabrielle wrote:

    i think i had an orgasm just from looking at this…and i’m definitely referring to the bowie. haha. the shoes are great too, though.

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  25. adrienne wrote:


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  26. beata wrote:

    ah the shoes are amazing.
    greetings from poland ;) here is almost 1 am.

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  27. Cant go wrong with Proenza Schouler xx

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  28. those really are amazing… though the proenza fw 09 shoes are super overly hyped, i think they are wonnnnnderful

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  29. Libby wrote:

    You seem to be a big fan of Bowie, me too!

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  30. rosarocks wrote:

    im not sure if i like them. they sort of remind me of old roller disco skates.

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  31. love iiiit

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  32. OMG
    Yes, Bowie would love these (well, he would probably have loved these back in the 70s)…
    I love them now.
    I want them now!!!

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  33. william wrote:

    These were one of my fall 09 faves, too. Low heeled mega platforms are definitely unexplored territory in the high end shoe market, and I hope to see more. You should break out those nude Miu Miu peep toe sling back platform wedges, haven’t seen you wear them in awhile.

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  34. tanya wrote:

    ack! please please please wear that ivan grundahl skirt you got from joan shepp.
    ive been hanging out to see it!

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  35. annie mikk wrote:

    aaaaah massive storm in trophy club, hope you’re okay jane!

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  36. chrisdesu wrote:

    sorry gurl but I think those shoes are seriously fug! The cheap wood looking heel, the embroidery….they look like they were made in a prison workshop for craft day.
    sorry, just not a fan of this pair x

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  37. im not sure about the print… maybe in black. But that sort of takes away from their spirit.

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  38. Coincidentally I’m also wanting this proenza schouler jacket and fantasized about it being my school uniform…and now these shoes make me want to think twice.

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  39. Cruz wrote:

    I could definitely imagine Bowie struttin in a pair of those haha.

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  40. Jane – worthy, too–you would wear those those so well!

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  41. Chantilly wrote:

    The embroidery design on the fabric of the shoes is based off sections of antique rugs from John Derian….
    Anyway, I these are fantastic.

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  42. Sandra wrote:

    Hm, I think I need to see these on.

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  43. i would looooooooove to see these on you!

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  44. Geri Wu wrote:

    amazing amazing shoes! i love the details
    xx, Geri

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  45. <33333 Love it !!!!

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  46. Noelle wrote:

    This fabric looks just like my living room carpet, not gonna lie.

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  47. LA wrote:
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  48. mia wrote:

    no no and no

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  49. Ina wrote:

    Aaaaaaaaa! Badly want them!

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  50. brocade & bowie for the win!!

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  51. Jen wrote:

    They aren’t my favorite from the collection, but im def digging the brocade!!

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  52. diogo wrote:

    those are weird(i think) but the high heel version of those it’s perfection…
    the contrast between the rock/grungy style of the bootie and the granny carpet fabric it’s absolutely sttuning
    a one of a kind shoe for a fashion girl like you

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  53. Raji wrote:


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  54. Becca wrote:

    those boots are AMAZING. I’d love to see what you do with them if they make it into your fabulous collection.

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  55. lionas wrote:

    Very interesting article and the blog is beautifully decorated, where you take the material for publication?
    Thank you

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