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Guidi for sale at Flux. sales!

I just listed one of the most beloved items in my wardrobe up for sale, the Guidi back zip boots!

Sometimes you just need to let go of the old ones to make room for the new. Click to the shop HERE.

Flux. sales are back!

I’m going through a spring cleaning in my closet, so keep your eyes peeled on my sales blog Flux. sales because a lot of stuff needs to go.

To start the sales I offer these beautiful but barely used Haider Ackermann sandals which are perfect for those hot summer days. They have been also featured on my blog post “In the hanging garden“.

Happy shopping! Click to the shop here.

Sandals: Haider Ackermann

In the showroom: Guidi men’s F/W 13/14

I know that spring has just arrived but let’s go back a few months, and more specifically to men’s fashion week in Paris. I had the chance to take a peek at leather manufacturer Guidis showroom and view what they have in store for Fall/Winter 13/14. It was fascinating hearing about different leathers that they use, and more over about the story of how each shoe and bag is made using traditional manufacturing and tanning processes. On top of the classic reproductions of the back zip boots, this season Guidi introduced a metal reinforced heel on the derby model, and a shoe which we were told to derive from traditional Japanese working shoes (see picture three). On the bag front, the backpacks were the ones that caught my attention, especially in the beautiful white leather. The color scheme of the collection was a combination of very natural earthy colors and deep red, some models even had a mixture of two tones with colored tow boxes and heels – definitely an interesting new direction from Guidi.

Pictures by: Anna-Maria


Whilst in Italy, my friend Barbara of Area di Barbara Bologna, shot this little picture series of me trying on Area’s F/W 12/13 shoe collection in her studio. Can you guess which pair I ended up ordering for the winter?

Boots: Area di Barbara Bologna

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