6-Designers We Know and Love (Spring/Summer 2010)

Bottega Veneta put a best foot forward with woven platform shoes and matching bags, complimentary to any wardrobe for minimal effort in revving up your own style.

Celine made khaki rebellious by adding dark leather accents, much like the wooden-leather wedge sandals, which had their own gravitational pull for stealing attention.

Jason Wu brought elegance to the runway presentation with black lace hats and matching hair-accessories. Models also sported gothic & femme fatale lips.

Salvatore Ferregamo kept the look uncomplicated and current with muted taupe and bright yellow.

Valentino went the romantic route with whimsical ruffled heels and an equally botanical collection.

Vera Wang modernized Victorian design and added floral prints. Classic black dominated the runway and bold metallic draped-necklaces made statements of their own.

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