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Monday, 6 April 2009


Belgium design Dries Van Noten Spring Summer 2009 collection had mercury shooting out of every fashion meter when he presented during the summer last year. With cuts delicate as fine Belgium chocolate the pieces were very handsome in the sensual blue hues dominating the collection.


Caramel coloured accessories used as a supplement to the beautiful array of blue colours added a visual punch to what can be described as a post-70s designer collection with the simplicity of the 60s. Striking of all accessories were the formal shoes with a strap of contrasting colour. Men’s shoes tend to command high price tags, creating a preference for shoes with simple appearance for all around usability with every ironed piece of clothing in the wardrobe. These are excellent shoes for anyone interested in classic but yet unique pair out shoes without excessive visual decoration.


9 comments:

karen & shari said...

Love the shoes!! Not sure if my man will wear them but they are still cool!

Anonymous said...

liking those shoes btw, especially the black ones.
I heard a rumour that knee length military coats are going to be in this winter but i can't find any proof of it. is it a lie or i am not looking hard enough?

sarah61 said...

ve the shoes i love the suit i love this look, so classy.

iluwfashion said...

Anonymous: My apology for the late reply. I've been incredibly busy lately. Missoni presented an FW09 collection with military cues and there was even a green military style coat. But it did not have a camouflage print if it's what you are on the look out for. Check a few pages back, I posted a picture of it in an entry I wrote about coats.

Thanks for asking!

Anonymous said...

love'em so much

and love ur blog too

Lochi Love said...

LOVE the tan shoe with the black strap!

Brandon said...

These shoes look GREAT, wouldn't mind having these in my collection.