Casabona, Liza
October 2007
FN: Footwear News;10/15/2007, Vol. 63 Issue 40, p13
The article reports on the spring 2008 Paris shows, participated by leading designers showing highly imaginative shoes. Valentino's final ready-to-wear selections revisited themes such as the black-and-white polka dots that peppered shift dresses and two-piece sandals fashioned from the same fabric. Fashion for spring 2008 involves ready-to-wear played on patterns and florals, while the footwear often complemented the clothing by using one Crayola color at a time.


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