Bright fuchsia satin open toe wedges, approximately 110mm high with a dangling charm. Wedges have straps at toe with a diamante buckle fastening strap around ankle and a multi-colored bead charm hanging from strap alongside a small bow.
Christian Lacroix Satin Charm Wedges
Louis Vuitton Taiga Ivan $2,000.00
* Grained cowhide leather
* Brass hardware with brushed palladium finish
* Zip top closure
* Transversal leather strap with a tongued buckle allows for a double closing
* Two front flap pockets with push-lock closures
* Exterior flat pocket for newspapers or magazines
* Luggage tag and key pad
* Sari canvas lining with zipped pocket and large compartment for storing clothing flat
* 18.9" x 13.4" x 9"
The armchair and sofa that comprise S.T. Strange Thing are nice at a first glance, and then when you get to try them out, they turn out to be very comfortable too. The fabric of the covering has a pleasant feel and look, fitting the body snugly. There is also a clever color contrast between the titanium gray frame and the color chosen for the covering. Strange Thing is the perfect choice for the discriminating design enthusiast who prefers obscure and unique pieces.
Nike and Apple yesterday announced a partnership bringing the worlds of sports and music together like never before with the launch of innovative Nike+iPod products. The first product developed through this partnership is the Nike+iPod Sport Kit, a wireless system that allows Nike+ footwear to talk with your iPod nano to connect you to the ultimate personal running and workout experience.
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Saab's Aero-X previewd at the 2006 Geneva Motor Show is a sleek two-seat beauty boasting an aamzing shape.
The opening canopy is certainly a head turner, even if it may be a too-obvious attempt to play up the brand’s aircraft heritage. The wheels are killer eleven-spoke beauties, and all lighting, inside and out, is LED. Alas, a sexy new sports car is not in the Saab product plan. But let’s hope the Aero-X signals the design direction for future Saabs.
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