Wednesday, April 17, 2013

Level Shoe District

If a genie granted me a wish, or even said to me, "You are going to be confined to remain in Level Shoe District for the remainder of your life" I would most assuredly respond with "THANK YOU!" with a lustful glance accompanied by a long and a happy sigh.

Level Shoe District is not new to us, I have posted about it previously here and here, and I'm pretty sure everyone knows about it by now thanks to other media outlets and frequent visits to Dubai Mall. The store is ... everything I could ever want or ask for from a show store, gloriously laid out in the most divine manner one could ever imagine. Just imaging having access to over 250 designers, all under one roof in 40 carefully selected boutiques and 4 distinctive multibrand area! And that's not all! You'll find a chic cafe named VOGUE, a personalized concierge service, a cool area to buy contemporary books, kitsch toys, quirky gadgets and one off accessories, aaaand a beauty lounge for your soles. Needless to say that I was waltzing around in a highly euphoric, and financially damaging, state.

You'll find brands like Prada, Miu Miu, Dolce & Gabbana, Sergio Rossi, Tod's, Giuseppe Zanotti, Nicholas Kirkwood, Pierre Hardy, Aperlai, Jil Sander, Sigerson Morrison, Aquazzura, Opening Ceremony, and so so so much more. Anyhow, here are some of my favorite pairs, and a couple of odd ones that can be only admired from afar for their creativity and boldness (Hello Celine and Prada).

OK, these KENZO flats are not my favorite pairs but I have a feeling they'll appeal to a lot of people so I thought I'd share, just in case you're looking for them.

IN LOOOOVE with these Aquazzura Pina Colada sandals, these are just a match made in heaven for anyone looking for quirky cool flat sandals.

Viktor and Rolf bow embellished sandals (heart heart heart)

Another style that I really liked is by Charline de Luca, I've never heard of this shoe designer before, but I like what I'm seeing so far. 

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