Regardless of the overall prediction that high heels c’est du passé, Christian Siriano’s acclaimed collection recently presented during (the still ongoing) New York Fashion Week kept the towering heights for (at least) another season.
Ferociously feminine and predominantly nude, pastel-ish (and generally summer-safe) collection, the Christian Siriano Spring Summer 2010 is the very Prada menace alive. (yes, yes, the same Prada that brought countless models to the ground because of those impossibly high heels and dangerous design) (the story continues right after the jump, with a video of Christian Siriano’s Spring Summer 2010 fashion show)
I won’t hide my love for YSL Tributes, nor shall I forget my Converse-comfort loyalty. Every now and then, I love myself an unearthly good looking pair of killer high heels. Christian Siriano’s high heels don’t inspire me at all. The claw-ish silhouettes and curvy manners of the Payless Spring 2010 collection received my risqué label for this season. How about it? What’s your Payless vision? (photo via)
I like Christain Siriano but I do not like these shoes at all.
They remind me of the cloven hooves that Tim Curry wore in the fantasy film “Legend”( which is the ONLY Tom Cruise film that I like, it so beautifully filmed like a fairytale should be!). These shoes alarm me and not in a good way!
Me too ladies, ugh……but some of the pieces are nice though not spectactular. As if I seen it all before?
Indeed his designs are fabulous but with the shoes…I’m not so sure…even the models are walking strange
Are they comfortable?? It looks very interesting.. >.<
I’m surprised at how much criticism Christian Siriano’s Payless line has received . . . it might not be groundbreaking, but he succeeded in making the first pair of Payless shoes I’d ever wear in public, and I think he deserves some commendation for that alone. Seriously, compared to every other cheap, tacky, ill-shaped shoe in that store, some of his offerings could be called downright stunning (have you seen the Alice & Olivia stuff? YUCK). It seems like he went as fashion-forward as he could manage & worked extremely well with the limitations of the materials (pretty much every shoe in that place is made out of something gross & plastic-y looking). I mean this IS Payless, not Siriano for Louboutin.
does he hate women? they look like the most uncomfortable shoes ever.
I love em, I want em!!!
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