Manolo asked, whose shoes?
Manolo answers, it is the Janice Dickinson!
Congratulations to the Manolo’s internet friend Paula in Ohio who was the first to correctly guess this week’s cuckoo nutty celebrity.
Manolo says, here is the amusing article about the Manolo’s shoe designing friend Beverly Feldman.
Beverly Feldman is many things. Internationally renowned shoe designer. Dog lover. World traveler. The one thing she’s not?
“A person of moderation,” she says with a sly giggle.
And she wouldn’t have it any other way. This is a woman who believes diamonds should be worn during the day.
Women over 50 should be single and loving it. And that, “if you’re not born attractive, God, make yourself attractive.”
At 5 feet 4 inches, she’s petite in stature but big on opinions. She’s fabulous with a capital “F.” We found her to be nothing but delightfully fun and her bravado extraordinarily refreshing.
Although she’s not on par with Manolo or Louboutin in terms of name recognition – or pricing – Feldman has found other ways to connect with her audience. Can you imagine Mr. Blahnik writing a blog?
That question made the humble Manolo the shoe blogger laugh out loud.
Didn’t think so; but Feldman does. Her entries, available through her Web site, www.beverlyfeldmanshoes.com, give you insight into her whirlwind world.
Feldman’s designs have adorned the feet of women for 30 years.
When the now 61-year-old fashionista was starting out, she attached the tagline “Too much is not enough.” It’s a philosophy Feldman adheres to in all facets of life.
And this is exactly what the Manolo appreciates about the Beverly Feldman shoes, this spirit of exuberant excess.
Look here is the Silvanna, the gloriously bejeweled flat sandal from the Divine Miss Beverly.