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Lina Psaila
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There's nothing new about the allure of a white shoe. Dominating the 80's, this hue has been gaining ground as a certified new addition to footwear, since last season. After the white trainer boom (which is still going strong by the way) this shade has become popular in all shapes and sizes: Whether they're slingbacks, "ugly" trainers, ankle boots, thigh-high boots or your basic pumps white shoes are everywhere. 


There's something about this particular colour that elevates each outfit to rich status especially if you keep them in a pristine condition. They've also received a lot of designer approval from Vetements to Rejina Pyo or Topshop making sure that they have evolved from their 80's version to a current aesthetic. 

This season was a great example of pure sophistication when it comes to white shoes. We had the chance to feast our eyes on some pretty impressive street style photography of slouchy boots, spiky stilettos or flats including mules and loafers. Now if you want to really nail top-of-the-art glam pair them in juxtaposition with black accessories or clothing. Think of your basic LBD paired with thigh-high boots and a furry black bag for a very chic evening look. 

For a smart-casual approach team a pair of white slingbacks with leggings and the uber-elegant vinyl trench. For some extra modern appeal make sure your trench is in a checked pattern and add a pair of extra slim sunnies with coloured lenses.

Head to our gallery for white shoe inspiration and shop your favourite looks from our expert edit below! 

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Lina Psaila
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From her engagement and marriage to George Clooney and her push to the public eye, internationally celebrated human rights lawyer Amal Clooney has long created her own personal style before meeting her husband. Clooney is a fan of a fine blend between playful and professional with feminine details that allow her to look polished on all occasions. The human rights lawyer returned to the United Nations for work only three months after giving birth to twins Ella and Alexander. 


She had to transverse from businesswoman to Hollywood celebrity status and now it seems that she has it all: the career, the man, the twins, the holiday house in Lake Como, and all the handbags in the world. The barrister rarely gives interviews unrelated to her work which has seen her represent victims of Isli rapes and kidnappings and aid Wikileaks founder Julian Assange in his fight against extradition. 

At the same time, she's an avid fashion follower. During her September 2014 wedding, she opted for a Dolce & Gabbana custom-made Alexander McQueen, Giambattista Valli Couture dress and Stella McCartney look. She knows the importance of quality tailoring especially when it comes to her suits such as her Bottega Veneta.

When it comes to colour palette of choice, she's a fan of black, navy, cream and red mixed with patterns. She also can accessorise like a pro. Just like the special Gucci bag, she took to the United Nations in 2016. For her off-duty looks, she can really let her hair down pairing nude tones in flattering but comfy silhouettes that accommodate her demanding lifestyle and business schedule. 

For her holiday attire, whether it's Lake Como or tequilas at Ibiza she wears anything from sequinned dresses to long red dresses paired with patterned mules or striped day dresses with kitten heel slingbacks and oversized sunnies. 

Head to our gallery for more inspiration and shop your favourite looks from our expert edit below. 

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Hattie Cotmore
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The perfect season transition shoe is hard to find. Boots are fine but sometimes you want something not quite as heavy. Of course trainers are all year rounders but you might want a smarter shoe. Then comes the slingback. Possibly the perfect in-between seasons shoe. With a chunky heel its sturdy enough to battle the end of winter but the court toe and slingback style cry for spring. A pair of slingbacks can literally be worn with any outfit, smart or casual. I think I need a pair. Image: Office

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Alya Barutoğlu
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Thanks to Chanel, we are now obsessed with two-coloured shoes. The classic slingbacks designed by Coco Chanel was re-introduced to fashion last season and almost every single blogger and fashion influencer in the world were wearing these kicks. In Spring Summer 2018, this style is reinvented by many brands and designers. If you’re in between two colours when you’re choosing an outfit, these will save your life! You will be wearing two colours in one shoe! #shoes #trends #outfit #style #chanel #cocochanel #twotone #colours

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Lina Psaila
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As we were looking for the must-have item of the week one kept creeping up: the Timberland boot. Even though styling them can be proven a difficult process it's actually one of the most stylish pieces of clothing you can own. Their clunky, chunky nature similar to that of Dr Marten boots instantly gives off an edgy vibe that can elevate any piece of clothing. 


One of the biggest fans of the Timberland boot (apart from 90s RnB stars and Rihanna) is fashion editor Veronika Heilbrunner. She wears them with denim and softens the look by adding a faux fur coat. Or she edges up a regular long black dress by throwing on a pair of Timberlands. Who said that a classic Channel suit should be worn with a pair of conventional black slingbacks? Not Veronika. Her footwear boot of choice is again the Timberland boot. If you' re looking for a more urban approach go back to that early 90s styling or Rihanna's version and sport them with oversized trousers, denim more specifically. Voila! You're Timbaland ready! 

Head to our gallery for more style inspiration and shop your favourite Timbaland boot style from our expert edit below. 

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Lina Psaila
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Maybe your mother initially warned you against them, but now here you are lusting over a pair of white vinyl boots that you know well will get dirty before you get a chance to walk across the street. Still you want to purchase them. Maybe because you've been watching them as one of Lisa's favourite boot trend in "Younger" or as part of most editorial campaigns, or maybe just because at heart you're a combat boot girl that wants to relive the Marc Jacobs/ Kate Moss/ Nirvana grunge era. Luckily the choices are endless. 


You can go for a typical pair of Mango white ankle boots for a classic look that will elevate any outfit.These boots are amazing to wear with long frilly dresses, or a pair of jeans or smoking trousers. 

If on the other hand you'd like to go for an edgier look opt for white Dr. Marten boots with dresses or tights. 

Lastly don't underestimate the power of a great pair of white slingback kitten heel shoes for those days where you want to amp up your look without overdoing it. 

Head to our gallery for more street trend inspiration and shop your favourite styles from our edit below. 

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Chloe Laws
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LFW is the fashion industry's favourite week of the year, but it is also the most frantic and exhausting. This combination of too much caffeine, not enough sleep, heels, queuing and dashing between shows means that Editors across the board have a lot of funny anecdotes. It's chaos. Often fun, glamorous chaos. Often not. It's not actually possible for Editors to be in five places at once, if we could we would. So this results in frantically running around Soho whilst trying to Snapchat, Instagram and write reports. While also trying to not be caught red face and puffing by street style photographers. 


1. “Once, a colleague and I were queueing in the rain for a show that was running 40 minutes late. A faux fur clad lady in pointed satin slingbacks toting a mock croc handbag introduced herself to us as a freelance stylist and proceeded to regale us with tales about her assistant’s ability to worm her way backstage at any show. We swapped cards and later that evening, came across said stylist inside the show venue, crying as she sat on the steps of the main staircase.

She explained that she’d promised a PR contact she’d be at the show just gone but was refused entry on grounds that she was late and they were over capacity. She tearfully pleaded with us to send her photos of the show we’d snapped so she could pretend she’d been in attendance. We offered some kind words and sent her a couple of sub-par images but despite explaining that her PR contact probably [actually, MOST DEFINITELY] wouldn’t care she hadn’t made it, her tears ceased to flow the moment she downloaded the pictures. 

Pawing at her tear-streaked mascara, she suddenly stood upright at the arrival of her photographer beau, with whom she invited us to attend an after party. We politely declined and made our own way to dinner."

2. "What really annoys me are girls who have seats look at you like you're a peasant when you ask them to move up. You don't own the row of chairs"

3. "Every PR contact you've ever had will suddenly become your BFF. That woman you met once 2 years ago will send you five emails a day calling you 'babes' and saying how much they want to 'catch up'. You know they are just trying to fill out their event, but you go along with it because you know, goodie bags"

4. "Back in the days when I was an editor's assistant, she'd make me call around and plea for her to be seated on the FROW otherwise she wouldn't attend. It was very embarrassing, particularly because she wasn't as important as she liked to think. Very awks." 

5. "A friend of mine had handed her business card to a woman, and they had a chat about which shows they were going to attend. When my friend was told for the second time that she had already checked in somewhere she asked them to describe what the person looked like and pieced it together. This woman had been using my friend's business card to get into shows! Note to self: don't trust anyone, fashionistas can be cut throat". 

6) “While interning many LFW seasons ago, a friend and I were given two invites to attend a show for a well-known designer by our supervisor. Given that we were industry nobodies, we were unabashed at forcing our way through the crowds and plopped ourselves down in the second row so as to be on the receiving end of what appeared to be a substantial goodie bag. 

The goodie bag was substantial indeed. And while there were no new season sunglasses or iPods (goodie bags post 2010 just don’t compete), a vibrant embossed cushion featuring the fashion house’s name pleased us to no end. Squealing with delight, we plotted how to nab a few more of them before leaving. 

Those around us glanced our way with disapproving glares as we shoved cushions left, right, and centre into our tote bags from the empty chairs beside us (apparently, it’s FROW or nothing for some). Escaping from the clutches of any hawk-eyed PRs, we left quietly into the night. Months later, we saw the same embossed cushion being sold on eBay. If only we hadn’t grown attached to them in our shared flats…"

7) "There are so many crazy things I've witnessed at fashion week, but one that stands out is when a brawl almost started. If you're late to a show, you expect to stand as your seat has probably been taken. Some girls didn't take too well to this and began shoving the people in front of them, so they could see better (or, in other words, take better Instagram pics). This escalated as the girls in front, quite understandably, didn't like getting elbowed in the back. Security had to come over and ask them to calm it."


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Aisling Brady
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Picked these beauties up in the #sale today for only €5! 😱👌🏻 Sure where would you be going, couldn't leave them behind!! 😊👍🏻 #bargain #gotlucky #black #patent #snakeskin #slingbacks #chunkyheel #woodenheel #heels #brown #shoes #shoefanatic #love #obessedwithshoes #fashion #ontrend #stylish #fashion

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Amanda P
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That's right, the new face of Chanel is no other than 16-year-old Lily Rose Depp, daughter of actor Johnny Depp! The young fashionista sat front row for Chanel's Spring 2016 show for Paris Fashion Week on Tuesday. 


Even though she's new to the fashion world, Lily Rose is already getting her looks right. She wore light rinse jeans with grid slingbacks and a patterned tube top just bursting with color. She finished her outfit with a super trendy red choker necklace and a top knot. Her look was definitely FROW worthy!

Get her style below!

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Jennifer Warren
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Got an important meeting lined up? Not exactly confident in that suit your mother gifted you when you graduated from uni? Kate Hudson's got the right idea when it comes to dressing for business - if only we could all pull it off!

Wearing cuffed boyfriend jeans, a white vest top and stylish red and white waistcoat, Kate opts for sexy pointed slingbacks for footwear. Armed with a brown tote with handy shoulder straps, the actress appeared cheerful and confident behind her black frame wayfarer sunglasses as she greeted a friend at the door of Creative Artists Agency.

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