House of Fraser, has launched its Fall/Winter 2010 footwear collection online. The Kurt Geiger Group`s affordable luxury shoes will be available at the online store. Customers can shop online to purchase this season`s on-trend shoes from Kurt Geiger, KG by Kurt Geiger and Carvela.
The winter footwear collection focusses on three main trends.
And God Created Woman! which celebrates the female form and is inspired by a French-feeling femininity. This look channels the power of the fairer sex with footwear that champions the spindle heeled stilettos and the powerful punch of platform shoes. Bows add the girlish touch and appear across all brands from sky-high patent KG by Kurt Geiger, to classically chic points by Kurt Geiger. The tones of luxurious lingerie are being captured with a blush and black lace platform court for grown up glamour from Carvela.
The Rich Adventurers trend pays homage to the lifestyles of the rich and famous and Kurt Geiger shoes take all of outdoor winter pursuits and infuses them with high-fashion flair. The trend for military and biker boots is set to stay another season. Faux fur, shearling and knitwear is omnipresent in ready-to-wear but with Kurt Geiger footwear coming laden with trimmings and textures. Winter is the season for tactile fabrics and there is a lot of luxury leather and suede across knee-high and shoe boots.
For those who love sophistication, there is the Chic and Grown Up trend. In the footsteps of the key ready-to-wear trend for the season, the shoe-makers take a turn towards creating simplistic silhouettes with delicate detailing. `Chic`, `sophisticated` and `classical` are all buzz words for styles that go the extra mile, offering prolonged wearability and appeal. The `less is more` mantra appears across the tonal combinations of camel, chocolate, navy and grey, alongside black. KG by Kurt Geiger complements grown-up chic with pretty mid-heeled bow courts and Carvela channels the look with camel patent pumps and mary-janes.
House of Fraser is a department store group with 61 locations across the UK and Ireland and a fully transactional website. The company was acquired by the Highland consortium in November 2006, marking the beginning of an exciting new chapter in its history. HouseofFraser.co.uk launched in 2007 and currently boasts over 650 brands and 125,000 individual products.