Sex And The City 2 NYC Premiere Photos

Check out the stars of Sex And The City at the NYC premiere for their new movie, out this weekend (hah, like I need to tell you–some of you have probably already watched it at this point). Great fashion abounds but which is your favorite look?

See the rest of the stars after the jump. Continue Reading…

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Weird Shoe Wednesdays: Shoes That Grow With Kids’ Feet

INCHworm shoes are actually a really great idea. These shoes are designed specifically for kids. As many parents would know, kids grow up fast and they grow out of their shoes even faster. INCHworm shoes are designed for you to be able to adjust the size of the shoes to fit your growing child. These sneakers utilize iFit Technology (that’s the accordion-like part in the middle) to let you expand the shoes in 1/2 size increments for up to 3 full sizes.

After the jump, check out a video demonstration of the INCHworm shoe in action. Continue Reading…

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2012 Olympic Mascots: Awesome, Cool, or Creepy?

London has revealed the official mascots for the 2012 Olympic Games in London and they’ve caused a stir of reactions. The two mascots, Wendel and Matlock, were developed with help from a children’s author. They have one eye to represent a camera lens into the world. And the lights on their heads are a nod to iconic London taxicabs. Personally, I do think they look a little bit weird to me but so do many children’s characters (I know this is an outdated reference but the Teletubbies come to mind) and children seem to love them just fine without my approval.

Check out the video below. What do you think: are the 2012 Olympic mascots super cool or super creepy or somewhere in-between?

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Weird Shoe Wednesday: Bugs Trapped In Stripper Shoes

Not that I have any pets, let alone a pet spider or bug, but this has to be some form of animal cruelty. To add further insult to injury, how does this even make sense in the context of stripper shoes? What sane person would take a gander at these bugs cruelly trapped in the platforms of these shoes and become seduced by their attractiveness? Oh shoe designers, how disturbed so many of you are …… **sighs**

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6th Grade Prodigy Covers Lady Gaga’s ‘Paparazzi,’ Becomes a Web Hit

Greyson Michael Chance has become an Internet hit with his rendition of Lady Gaga’s “Paparazzi,” performed at the Sixth Grade Festival in Edmond, Oklahoma. A lot of folks are saying he’s got enough talent to become a star in the future, maybe one with American Idol in his future. He’s already scheduled for an appearance on national TV, slated to perform on The Ellen Degeneres Show today. Check out his performance below.

What do you think? Does he have it?

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Weird Shoe Wednesday: Dr. Seuss Shoe-Bike

The world needs to do more to mimic the fantastical sights seen in the world of Dr. Seuss’s beloved books. Maybe then we can achieve world peace. The wheels on the bike below have been substituted with sneakers to resemble a famous image from a Dr. Seuss book (shout-outs to the first person to name the correct book from which it comes). Below that, check out a quick video of the bike in action.


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‘American Woman’ exhibit at the Met

And lest we forget what the 2010 Met Gala was all about, there’s a new exhibit up at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. Here’s what the Met has to say about the exhibit, from its website:

American Woman: Fashioning a National Identity is the first Costume Institute exhibition drawn from the newly established Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at the Met. It will explore developing perceptions of the modern American woman from 1890 to 1940 and how they have affected the way American women are seen today. Focusing on archetypes of American femininity through dress, the exhibition will reveal how the American woman initiated style revolutions that mirrored her social, political, and sexual emancipation. “Gibson Girls,” “Bohemians,” and “Screen Sirens,” among others, helped lay the foundation for today’s American woman.”

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2010 Met Gala: 6 Weird Dresses

After looking through some of the fashion from the 2010 Met Gala, I’ve determined once and for all the absolute weirdest dresses on display there. And without further ado ……


Katy Perry’s light-up dress was clearly inspired by a combination of kids’ light-up LA Gear shoes and underground raves. Why, Katy, why!??! Continue Reading…

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Weird Shoe Wednesdays: Pots, Pans, and Shoes

A Parisian artist based in Portugal by the name of Joana Vasconcelos produced these artworks. They’re giant sculptures in the shape of open-toed heels made of stainless steel pots and pans. The first piece is called “Cinderella.” The second (after the jump) is “Dorothy” and the last pic displays a close-up of “Dorothy.” There are actually three more pieces in this set–”Priscilla,” “Carmen Miranda,” and “Marilyn”–but I actually can’t tell the difference between them all. You can check out Vasconcelos’ website if you’re interested.
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Shoe Metro Clearance Sale this Saturday

Hey everyone! Just wanted to give you guys a heads-up that the Shoe Metro Retail Store is having a Clearance Sale this Saturday. We’ll be having a monthly Clearance Sale from now on with our lowest priced inventory. Also, we now have footwear for infants and youth so it’s very family-friendly.

San Diegans and any guests in the area this weekend should come by and take a look at our wares. You can find address and directions to the retail store here. Hope to see you there!

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