Shoe designer Bettye Muller is a total tread-head. A former footwear model, she’s also an enthusiastic shoe collector who has, at times, owned 500 vintage pairs. Since the 1980s she’s worked as a shoe designer — crafting luxe boots, pumps, and other styles that reference the many world cultures she's experienced. In Muller’s hands, classic silhouettes get cheeky twists like candy-bright hues, vintage prints, and interiors lined with faux fur. Muller's sky-high cotton wedges, suede knee-high boots, super-chic stiletto sandals, frayed canvas espadrilles, and stacked-heel patent-leather Mary Janes are worth the extra storage space they'll require — even if your closet is as jam-packed as hers is.
Splashy colors and eclectic prints inspired by the eccentric metropolis.
Sleek jeans, strappy heels, and more, saturated in the hottest hue of the moment.
As Moscow Fashion Week comes to a close, we're celebrating these serious style stars, spotted on the street. Standing out from the show-going crowds is no easy feat, unless you happen to be a part of the impeccably dressed tribe known as the "Russian Fashion Mafia." Ultra chic members like Mira Duma and Elena Perminova serve up outfit inspiration worthy of a photo op in eye-catching looks often ripped straight from the runways. Tap into the It Girl look yourself with the wardrobe upgrades below, and cue the flashbulb frenzy.
Hit the town in sleek, attention-grabbing heels.