Unless you're a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle, traversing through sewers and tunnels is probably not part of your day-to-day life. And if you're in Las Vegas, it's one activity that's definitely not on your to-do list. Heritage boot brand Palladium partnered with renowned exploration duo Undercity (director Andrew Wonder and urban historian Steve Duncan) to put their Waterproof Collection to the test and document the subterranean tunnel system that quietly resides beneath the bustling city of sin.
It rains in Vegas. Who knew! And in the middle of August, no less. But when nature called, Footwear Plus Publisher Caroline Diaco swung into improvisation mode to weather the downpour on the way to day two of the FN Platform show.
She looks smashing, if we do say so ourselves. And, if you dare, send us a photo of one of your fashion emergency saves and we'll post it to show your resourcefulness.
George Boedecker, one of the three founders of Crocs, was busted for a DUI over the weekend when police found him passed out in his Porsche in Boulder, CO. The 51-year-old initially tried to blame his intoxicated state on singer-songwriter Taylor Swift, who he claimed was his girlfriend, and proceeeded to label as "batsh*t crazy." (Swift is currently dating Conor Kennedy.) As if that wasn't bad enough, Boedecker wasn't even wearing Crocs at the time.
Actress, host and expectant mom Vanessa Lachey is the newest member of ShoeDazzle's "Celebrity Shoe Design Program for Charity." Lachey's military-inspired faux snakeskin high heeled bootie (named "Monroe" after the infamous actress) will be available for purchase exclusively at www.shoedazzle.com on August 7, and all profits from sales will benefit Operation Shower. Since its inception in 2007, this non-profit has showered more than 800 military moms whose husbands are deployed.