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Sex and the City Influence

I know it's only Monday, but I can't wait until Friday. Not because it is the start to the weekend but because it is the night of the Sex and the City: The Movie premiere. Even if you weren't obsessed with the show, we should all look forward to the premiere because it will undoubtedly showcase designer after designer, give us head-to-toe looks and re-define sexy. From the show's start to its finish, we saw fashions evolve, designers come and go and I would have to say SATC helped many of us learn about the high fashion world. Not everyone is engulfed in the fashion industry and SATC was a place that introduced lasting names such as Manolo Blahnik and Christian Louboutin to the rest of the world. Through the show, it was easy for many of us to see what looked great together and what did not and I couldn't empathize any more with Carrie's love affair with shoes. Amazingly enough it was never tiring to see her over-the-top obsession with shoes and she wasn't the only one.

From my time on the floor, it is undoubtedly clear the demand for designers shoes has risen. It is no longer a fantasy for many of you but has become a reality. For the greatest period of time, the designer customer fit a certain mold. She had the bling, the clothes, the bag, we can all envision a certain stereotype, but today, the designer world has grown to include a diverse palate for those who appreciate amazing designers and I love it. It is refreshing to see diversity on my floor and I would like to thank SATC for helping many of us get there.

It's Bananas, B-A-N-A-N-A-S!

Love. Angel. Music. Baby. Separated, each word has its own meaning. Combined, L.A.M.B represent pop singer, Gwen Stefani's clothing and accessory line. I remember when Stefani entered the fashion world in 2003. It wasn’t a surprise that yet another singer was starting her own line, but for Stefani it was a natural transition. Recognized as a fashion trendsetter since her No Doubt days (with her infectious signature bouffant and bright red lipstick) Stefani always had it going on. Her alternative, chic style is seamlessly represented in her line and L.A.M.B. is everywhere.

Among the many spring shoes on my floor, there is one table that is noticeably filled with bright designs and funky styles. It is of course none other than Stefani's L.A.M.B. and everyone can't get enough. Inspired by Japanese culture, music and fashion, L.A.M.B. is well thought out, eccentrically sweet and comfortable (considering some of the very high heels).

Perfect for wide leg pants and a cute t-shirt, I especially love this wedged tennis shoe. Sure it's funky, but it is so J-pop I can't help but love it!

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Black and white is always in and it couldn't look better than this checkered woven, mirrored-silver heel.

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Stefani also continues to use Rastafarian influences such as Jamaica's colors, green, black and gold in many of her designs.

L.A.M.B. 'Darrel' Pump
L.A.M.B. 'Darrel' Pump

Fantastic with navy, denim or white, gray is still huge for spring and how can you not love the little bow?

L.A.M.B. 'Daran' Pump
L.A.M.B. 'Daran' Pump

If you can handle the height, this wooden strappy champagne platform is hot, hot, hot and the perfect color to go with anything in your spring and summer closet.

L.A.M.B. 'Dawn' Sandal
L.A.M.B. 'Dawn' Sandal

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