myself in a nutshell-
Loving. positive. independent. patient. outgoing. passionate. forgiving. optimistic. family oriented. I heal for a living. I am forever learning. Hopeless romantic. I am a happy person, but I cry over anything. I overanalyze but for a good reason. Fashion is my passion. Model but I dont want that to define me. Music & poetry feeds my soul. I surround myself with successful, intellectual, talented, happy people because I want that for myself...
look! Yupp… another one. Zack and I had so much fun doing the first video we decided to do another one. I’m getting ready to -up- the track if you live under a fucking rock havent heard it. The shoot was crazy. I don’t feel like typing… I’m forcing this. Just look at the pic.
Corinne Bailey Rae - Till it happens to you (my life story)
I know what I said Was heat of the moment But theres a little truth in between the words we’ve spoken Its a little late now to fix the heart thats broken Please don’t ask me where I’m going Cause I don’t know No I don’t know anymore
Davis began her career in footwear working at Reebok, eventually becoming director of the Reebok Classics Division. After moving to marketing positions with Ugg and Tommy Hilfiger, Davis launched her own brand of contemporary high-fashion Italian-made shoes in 2006.
Ruthie Davis’ concept of shoes is totally out of this world. If you could wrap Lady Gaga up and make her into a shoe I think the outcome would look alot like The Ruthie Davis line. Which is funny beacuse Lady Gaga has been seen with plenty of Ruthie Davis shoes on her feet. I absolutely LOVE LOVE LOVE this designer and im so inspired by her.
Established in 1980 in San Mauro Pascoli, in the province of Forli-Cesena, Italy, Grey Mer manufactures up-market women’s high-fashion footwear through its own label as well as Maggie Gi, a more youthful, affordable line.
Giuseppe Paciotti founded a shoe factory is Civitanova Marche, Italy, in 1948 to produce a line of men’s hand-finished footwear under the name Paris. His son, Cesare Paciotti, studied art in Bologna and then travelled the world, before taking over his parents’ business in 1980. He began producing shoes for Gianni Versace, Roberto Cavailli, Romeo Gigli and Dolce & Gabbana. In 1990 Paciotti expanded its previously small line of women’s high-fashion footwear and now produces two main lines, Cesare Paciotti, and Paciotti 4US, a younger market brand.