Monday, July 12, 2010

Shoe Lift



The recently concluded Philippine Fashion Week was more than just about clothes, with Rusty Lopez providing the shoes for 22 designers this season. Enrico Carado, Happy Andrada, Jaki Penalosa, Kenneth Chua, Noel Crisostomo, M Barreto, and Joel Escober were just some of the participants given shoes to complete their collection exhibit.
Lito Lopez, president, of Rusty Lopez, shares: “We understand how difficult it is to make a name in the fashion industry, having undergone the same process which started some 33 years ago. Rusty Lopez, and Centropelle for that matter, went through the same birthing pains that our young designers are now experiencing. Hopefully, with support from established brands like ours, we can help this talented and creative group of people and together, bring attention to the local fashion industry.”
It’s great to know that we have local brands helping local designers. For the show, most of them used platform skyscrapers, but they do have equally show-stopping flats as well.  Here are my top picks:


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Studded black


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Pop pink sandals

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Electric blue mary janes
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Glittery strappies


Glad to know that our local retail are supporting our own designers.  
We can't wait for Rusty Lopez' next set of shoes for the holidays ;)

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hi, really love the music you play sa store. Do you have a playlist? Thanks so much in advance!

Mia said...

The Pop pink sandals is really pretty! :)

Jane Kingsu-Cheng said...

Anonymous: Nice music right? Sorry, we don't know the titles of the songs since they just supply it straight to us from the US. For future comments regarding F21, kindly do that in my personal blog: http://luckyjanie.blogspot.com Thanks :D

Mia: yes, it is pretty noh? :)

Kookie B. said...

newbie reader here! the blue maryjanes are so cute!!!

http://deathbyplatforms.blogspot.com

Jane Kingsu-Cheng said...

Kookie: Thanks for dropping by. Yeah, the bright blue shade is a winner! :)

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