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Alexander McQueen's ornate skull clutch is perfect for any night out on the town

This classic Alexander McQueen skull clutch comes in black or red satin and pewter cut-out shell depicting birds and flowers. The skull has black swarovski crystal eyes, teeth and studs. The black clutch has black leather interior and red clutch has red leather interior ($2,735.00 at Alexander McQueen)


Alexander McQueen's ornate skull clutch black
Alexander McQueen's ornate skull clutch red
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Posted by Amanda, in Shoes.

Epitomize Alexander Wang's signature street chic with this powerful black metallic cobweb-knit dress

Wear this metallic cobweb-knit dress off the shoulder with hard-hitting extras to work cool, New York style. The dress has zebra-effect tonal inserts, a boat neck, full sleeves and simply slips on ($580 at Net-A-Porter)


Alexander Wang coated cobweb knit dress
Alexander Wang coated cobweb knit dress front view
Alexander Wang coated cobweb knit dress back view


Posted by Amanda, in Dresses.

Embellish every evening look with Art-Deco opulence with Bijoux Heart's cubic zirconia and pavé crystal-embellished 24-karat gold plated cuff

Mirror the high shine in your clutch or heels for added polish with this 24-karat gold plated mesh cuff with pavé crystal and two large cubic zirconia baguette embellishments. Bijoux Heart handmade cuff has a twisted buckle, embellished leaves, an embellished push lock to fasten at the wrist with an additional chain fastening ($605 at Net-A-Porter)


Bijoux Heart empire gold plated mesh cuff


Bijoux Heart empire gold plated mesh cuff back view
Bijoux Heart empire gold plated mesh cuff zoom


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Posted by Amanda, in Jewelry.

More of the strangest shoes in fashion today

Here are some more of the strangest shoes in fashion today. Despite the fact that some are innovative and funny others are just downright disturbing. Would you wear any of these shoes? I don't think I would other than possibly a few of them for a Halloween costume. Even then, I'd probably wipe out and break my ankle. I'm not sure any of these fashion statements are worth the risk.


The Claw Shoe: Goths will probably love this shoe with the heel designed to look like a talon. Personally, I like my shoes to actually cover my feet and toes so I'm not crazy about the idea of walking around (if I could even walk) with my toes on the pavement and anything else they might touch.


The Claw Shoe

The Center Heel Corkscrew Shoe: This strange shoe has a heel in the center which is not exactly where we are used to seeing the heel. Even stranger is the fact that the heel is a corkscrew. Somehow I think balancing on this shoe would making walking more effort than I really want to give a shoe.


Center Heel Corkscrew Shoe

The Tarantula Shoe: The tarantula shoe is a sky-high platform design that is not only a danger to weak ankle but to anyone that might come in to contact with it since encased in this "fashionable" shoe is a live tarantula. Umm ... I don't think so!


Tarnantula Shoe

The Gameboy Shoe: This geeky shoe design features working retro Gameboys which can actually be removed and played. This multi-function fashion item serves both as a functional shoe and a portable entertainment system! Too bad I don't know how to use a Gameboy.


Gameboy Shoe

The Rat Shoe: This disturbing shoe might be great for Halloween but this shoe is not for the faint at heart. I think I'd be too grossed out to wear it even as part of a Halloween costume! Frankly, these shoes I find repulsive to even look at much less wear!


Rat Shoe

The Pant Shoe: Are these pants, shoes or both? I wonder how long they take to lace up?


Pant Shoe

Cardboard Shoe: Artist Mike Leavitt featured a cardboard shoe show in NYC in April 2009. The shoe designs, at a glance, don't look so unusual since they follow sneaker designs of popular shoe manufacturers but the material makes them different. While it might be a great idea for a sustainable fashion statement, these shoes would hit the recycling box after even the briefest encounter with inclement weather.

Cardboard shoe

Hot Wheels Shoe: These shoes are designed by Ronaldo Frago and are not actually made by Hot Wheels. The wheels aren't real but these functional flats are the cutest ones on this list! By comparison, these shoes seem "normal."


Hot Wheels Shoe

The Landscape Shoe: This shoe cracks me up. If you love green pastures and livestock, then this shoe is for you. While I appreciate that it is artistic in its design, it certainly doesn't seem to be a practical choice for a shoe. Unlike the real pasture that has a tree, cow, horse and stray lumber, these shoes would most certainly be ruined with the first rainfall of the season.


Landscape Shoe


Source: InventorSpot


Posted by Amanda, in Shoes.

Twist it! Turn it! The more you play, the more flexible the morph notepad becomes!

The Morph notepads by Kate's Paperie are better than doodling. Their sculptural paper pads make tedious phone calls fly by. Assorted pads include Picasso Face ($19.95), Skeleton Black ($19.95) and Yellow and Green ($22). All available at Kate's Paperie.


Morph Notepads at Kate's Paperie  Morph Notepad at Kate Paperie Picasso Face
Morph Notepad at Kate Paperie Skeleton Black  Morph Notepad at Kate Paperie Yellow and Green

Posted by Amanda, in General.

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