I haven’t utterly been means to hang my conduct around a judgment of heel-less shoes. Maybe since we keep envisioning myself acrobatics down stairs and tripping over cracks in a path like Lady Gaga. But this hasn’t deterred designers from churning out some-more heel-less footwear.
Inspired by African sum and ’70s shapes, Italian shoe engineer Giuseppe Zanotti‘s open 2012 collection enclosed a span of open-toe height booties (pictured below) that have already been speckled on cocktail stars Kelly Rowland and Nicole Scherzinger.
Brooklyn, New York-based manicurist Colleen Campbell was challenged by one of her Giuseppe-wearing clients to impersonate a genealogical imitation on her nails. The results? Amazing. And easier to wear than a shoes, in my opinion.
To get this look, record nails into an almond figure and request a bottom coat. Then paint on Essie Jazz (a tawny beige-taupe). Once dry, reconstruct a genealogical and dancing badge prints by regulating Kiss Brush-On Nail Art Paint in black. This spike gloss includes a skinny striping brush that allows for improved control. To finish, sign a manicure with a glossy tip cloak and well-spoken on cuticle oil.
What do we consider of this Giuseppe Zanotti-inspired manicure? Would we ever wear it? Tell us your thoughts in a comments section.
Meanwhile, check out these neon nails shabby by Honor’s tumble 2012 collection.
Click by a slideshow next for some-more DIY spike art.