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It’s all about Shoe Lifestyle! Shoe Week celebrates its second season

In its second season of NYFW events, this year’s Shoe Week™ focuses on heels and sneakers as they apply to the 5 Senses of Style by partnering with designer shoe brands, fashion designers, accessories, retailers and of course – the senses! Throughout its NYFW events, attendees including fashion influencers, fashion industry members, personalities and digital influencers will be invited to events which showcase the pairings of shoes as they are aligned with lingerie, florals, savory, apparel and more. Shoe Week kicks off its second season, September 5th – 12th, 2013 during Spring/Summer 2014 New York Fashion Week.

“Last year’s launch during NYFW was an exciting foundation to create a number of luxury shoe presentations. This season, Shoe Week will present another amazing series, featuring designers, shoe boutiques and related fashion brands by incorporating the senses,” explained Co-Founder/Creative Director and Accessories Expert, Kimmie Smith. “Shoes do more than complete an outfit, they are a part of a moment and a feeling which we will convey throughout these season’s events through our luxury collaborations.”

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Learn More here:

Website: http://www.ShoeWeek.com
Facebook: http://www.Facebook.com/ShoeWeek
Twitter: http://www.Twitter.com/Shoe_Week
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