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Bold, Fun Colors & Patterned Shoes from Paris!

 Minna Parikka wing & fang lip pumps

As much as I love New York, Milan & London fashion weeks, I'm a Paris runway enthusiast myself. A good balance between the craziness of Italy, the minimalism of the Big Apple & just avant-garde enough, you can't really go wrong with Parisian fashion, shoes & accessories.

For Spring 2012, pop-art references with respect to bold shapes, color blocking & unrestrained patterns definitely trended in the Parisian exhibited shoe collections. You really can't go wrong with fun color inserts & funky shapes. I'm partial to the Kirkwoods & Hardy's myself, but can't get over how cool the Vouelle wedges with pencil crayon detailing are!

Which ones are your favorites?!

 Clockwise from top left: Michael Lewis, Roger vivier, Pollini, Walter Steiger

 Nicholas Kirkwood pencil-sketch rose platform

 Left to Right: Charlotte Olympia stripe wedges, Chrissie Morris patterned d'orsay

 Pierre Hardy's cubic embossed sandals

 Miu Miu floral & baroque motif boots & shoes

 Vouelle colored pencil crayon wedges

Photo Credits: WWD,
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