Footwear Plus Shoesday Tuesdays: House of Harlow 1960’s Bohemian Spring

Footwear Plus Shoesday Tuesdays: House of Harlow 1960’s Bohemian Spring

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Embarking on its third season, House of Harlow 1960 is hitting a stylish stride with footwear designs that reflect the glamorous bohemian aesthetic designer Nicole Richie coined. The footwear line, produced by European fashion house Modern Vintage, shares the same gypsy-woman finesse captured in all of Richie’s fashion endeavors, including her ready-to-wear women’s line Winter Kate, House of Harlow 1960 costume jewelry and a new eyewear collection set to launch this spring.

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Nicole Richie

Next season sees the reintroduction of favorites Milly and Maddie, leather moccasins refreshed with blue, violet and turquoise beading—a color carried throughout the Spring ’11 collection. New silhouettes include bold platform wedges with bronze studs and lizard stamp straps; the Steffie, a flat sandal with wide ribbon-like leather straps; fish skin platform wedge espadrilles; peep-toe pumps with crocheted uppers; the Carmen, a glittery platform heel with two-tone metallic straps; and the Cassidie, an open-back peep-toe heel adorned with stones. Casual thong sandals and ballet flats with metallic gold leather, turquoise fish skin, crocheted details and gold, stone and turquoise medallions round out the collection. The line retails from $148 to $358.

House of Harlow shoes

Editors' Picks
Clarks life-size shoe house.

Clarks life-size shoe house, located in the Parrametta Mall in New South Wales, Australia, got the Footwear Plus editors thinking: If you had to live in a shoe, which style would you choose?


Leslie Shiers, Managing Editor
“It would always be nice and toasty in Columbia’s Bugathermo boot.”

Angela Velasquez, Associate Editor
Christian Louboutin’s ‘Louis’ hi-top, “that way I wouldn’t have to master a too-complicated security alarm system.”

Audrey Goodson, Associate Editor
“My Sperry Top-Sider herringbone rain boots because they would be warm, comfy, stylish and withstand the elements.”

Sperry Top-Sider, Columbia and Christian Louboutin shoes.

Clockwise from Left: Sperry Top-Sider; Columbia; Christian Louboutin.


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