SEE LARGE RESOLUTION.
The one who says high heels are for fridays better back off.
I'll wear them all week.
Why I deserve to design the perfect shoe?
Because I would breathe Christian Louboutin's, eat Nicholas Kirkwood's and live for Balenciaga's if I could.
Because I look at every pair of shoes with interest, whether I hate them or love them.
I take notice, store my likes and dislikes in my head, play with my thoughts and combine ideas.
Every pair of shoes I own have a different love story.
I honestly believe that I can (if I get the chance to) fulfill a lot of women's needs when it comes to shoes,
since I have such a strong passion for shoes myself.
This is an opportunity I couldn't bring myself to turn the other cheek from.
It would be a complete honour to work with someone like Jeffrey Campbell.
Like Louboutin said.
"A woman carries her clothes, but it is a shoe which carries a woman."
I love how the shoes you wear set the standard for the entire outfit.
I am a shoe-crazed sneakerfreaker highheelworshipper flatbootlover maniac who thinks outside of the box.
I am only eighteen years old and I think that the world of fashion could use a youthful outlook towards design.
Take the classic aspects of shoe design that will always work and integrate them with something new.
The perfect shoes are for the shespider.
The one who eats you up and spits you out. That woman who is so close, yet so far away.
The daughter of a gun, the femme fatale, the mean mama, the boss bitch dipped in sauce, the ms.chievous.
She will never belong to anyone, and her intentions are always vicious.
Her heart is filled with darkness but that doesn't mean she can't move like a boss.
She needs shoes that oozes confidence -> the perfect shoes.
The perfect shoes are genuine, unique, and they conquer a whole outfit.
They demand 100% focus and live through turned heads and envious eyes.
They walk right over whoever they want to.
Away with the Chanel Bags and flowerpatterned tunics.
Bring out the murder heels and middle fingers.
The kissing killers has some work to do.
This is our eagerly awaited vendetta, now is the perfect time to kick repulsive shoes to the curb.
So who's with me?
(And this is where Jeffrey Campbell raises his hand.)