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New York Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2010 REPORT: The Susan Woo Fall/Winter 2010 fashion show took place on February 13th, 2010, on the 25th floor of the Bryant Park Hotel. As soon as I arrived I spotted lovely Olivia Palermo star of MTV’s The City. Dressed in black leather pants, black jacket, and yes, black shoes. I introduced myself to her and asked to photograph her. Olivia smiled and agreed and suggested she brings Susan Woo the style genius to the photo. And there we have it!
L to R: Olivia Palermo and fashion designer Susan Woo
The Susan Woo collection could be my entire personal wardrobe. All the garments were extremely elegant, with a bit of rock chic element mixed with 1960s old Hollywood movies style. I loved the Michael Antonio red high heels on some of the models. Definite inspiration for me (and you guys) t0 add one pair of hot red high heels to your closet! It breaks black nicely and adds a bit of intrigue to your look. Hair was done by Bumble & Bumble. Makeup by Tarte Cosmetics. The delicious drink at the show was by Belvedere Vodka. Visit susanwoonyc.com to explore the collections.
The Jimmy Choo shoe was one of my favorite characters on the hit TV series “Sex and The City“. It’s also synonymous to classic and quality shoes. This is why I’m excited about the new CHOO 24:7 which is a special collection that Jimmy Choo has just launched for Spring Summer 2010.
CHOO 24:7-GLENYS. Kid, black.
CHOO 24:7 is the ‘perfect shoe wardrobe’ with updated versions of Tamara Mellon’s favourite styles in a variety of colours, materials and heel heights. Taking the Jimmy Choo woman from day to evening, 7 days a week, this is the definitive assortment of iconic Jimmy Choo shapes: The ‘Icons’, the ‘Perfect Platforms’, the ‘Perfect Pointy-toe Pump’, the ‘Perfect Round-toe Pump’, the ‘Perfect Flat’, the ‘Perfect Wedge’ and the ‘Perfect Evening’. These classic Choo styles remain iconic since their original conception, and have been the shoe choice of celebrities and sophisticated women alike, time and time again.
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