Hypervenom II- perfection evolves!

The saying “if it ain’t broken, don’t fix it”  does not apply here, for while the Hypervenom was a superb boot in every way, Nike adopt the ethos that there is always room for improvement- perfection evolves.The flywire cables combined with the Dynamic Fit collar wrap the foot to create a supportive, locked-down feel. They are built on an anatomically correct contoured speed atlast creating a glove-like fit for maximum agility.

The Any Condition Control (ACC) technology provides consistent ball control in both wet and dry conditions and the detachable aluminium  studs come in 2 lengths for customised traction meaning you can always dominate, no matter the state of the pitch.  A shortened lace area creates a larger strike zone to give the purest contact with the ball to ensure that strikes stay true and find their target. Inside the boot, a moulded sock liner cushions the front to help reduce pressure from the studs, increasing comfort and reducing distractions, leaving you free to stay focused on the game.
A nylon chassis with a Pebax  base supports while retaining a responsive feel and the split-toe-plate design serves to further improve agility.

Hypervenom II – you can’t stop what you can’t see!

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SHOETIME @ Lunchtime  Splurge or Steal

Aquazzura, founded by Edgardo Osorio, is adored for its elegant and glamorous single-sole heels. Crafted on the outskirts of Florence from the softest leathers and cashmere suede, these flawless designs feature additional cushioning and are proportioned for maximum comfort.

Aquazzura gives staple black pumps a metallic upgrade. Soft gold cords wrap around the ankle, securing this velvety suede pair to your feet. Show off the detailing with high hemlines on night out.

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SHOETIME @ Lunchtime – Gianvito Rossi – plain & simple

Expertly crafted in Italy, Gianvito Rossi’s shoes are designed to be as flattering and comfortable as they are elegant.

Gianvito Rossi’s sandals are elegant in their simplicity. This pair has been hand-finished in Italy with a cushioned sole for round-the-clock comfort.
Emilia Wickstead’s chartreuse ‘Presley’ dress made its début on the runway at London Fashion Week. Inspired by ’80s partywear, this piece has been constructed from lustrous, unlined satin that holds its elegant trapeze silhouette beautifully. Showcase the flattering V-back with a sleek updo.

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This pair of white striped ankle-strap heels come with an architctural twist: the curved calf leather straps stand for the finest Italian craftmanship, while adding some modern structure to your summer silhouette.

Siobhan x

SHOETIME @ Lunchtime – Valentino rockstuds

For SS15, Valentino crafts its coveted Rockstud leather flats in a watercolour palette reflecting the girlish tones of the ready-to-wear collection. They’re a signature style that’s instantly recognisable thanks to the pointed toe, T-bar strap and platinum-finish Pyramid stud embellishment. Wear them with everything from downtime denim to flirty minis.

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The girlish, pastel tones of Valentino’s SS15 collection bring a youthful feel to the label’s iconic Rockstud leather pumps. This mid-height version of the inimitable three-strap design is perfect for desk-to-dinner wear – match the platinum-finish embellishment to other gilded accessories for a polished result.

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This version of Valentino’s cult Rockstud flat is sure to be coveted – the vivid rainbow palette nods to the season’s 1970s revival wholeheartedly. Crafted from leather, they have the classic T-bar, point-toe shape and are finished with signature gold-tone studs. Make a statement and wear them with the matching dress.

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Siobhan xx

SHOETIME @ Lunchtime – Marco de Vincenzo

Born in Messina in 1978, Marco de Vincenzo was only eighteen when he moved to Rome. Shortly after he graduated in Fashion and Costume from the European Institute of Design, he joined Fendi where he worked closely with Silvia Venturini Fendi for the brand’s accessory line. During the past few years, the designer has developed his own line of clothing, debuteding on January 28th 2009 during the Haute- Couture week in Paris. That same year, Marco was awarded first prize at the “Who’s on Next” competition organized by director of Vogue Italy Franca Sozzani and as of September 2009, Marco de Vincenzo’s prêt-à-porter collection has been included in the official calender for Milan Fashion Week.