Tom Gunn specialises in shoe design. They just released the new collection for the 2010/2011 Spring/Summer season. Very nice shoes of all types: flats, opened or concealed high heels.

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From Designer:

Tom gunn shoes are designed in Australia and made in Italy by Gabrielle Thompson and Shannon Gunn.

Bold femininity with a focus on the curved shape and form of the silhouette is the basis for luxury footwear label tom gunn’s Spring Summer 2010/11 collection, a tight range of 18 pieces each defined by their individual elegance.

Designed in Australia and made in Italy, designers Gabrielle Thompson and Shannon Gunn’s latest collection follows their signature style of pairing contrasting textures and colours throughout.

Renowned for their love of exquisite materials, coupled with their uncompromising assurance of quality and luxury across the collection, tom gunn’s latest range comprises a mixture of exotic python, lizard and Italian nappa.

Centering around the detail and silhouette of the shoe, the collection features scalloped curves, piped edges, cut-out shapes and mignon straps with a combination of visible and concealed statement-making platform heels, elegant stilettos and classic sandals and ballet flats.

Inspired by their surroundings and moments encountered throughout daily life, collecting ideas, and impressions, merging them into a vivid combination of textured hues, tom gunn’s Spring Summer collection features a beautiful palette of teal, blush, nude and shadow blue and with accents of red and deep black throughout.

via  fashionreview


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