Shop Harlem: Carolyne! Carolyne! The Manolo Blahnik Carolyne Tweed Pumps

The Manolo Blahnik Carolyne tweed pumps are a perfect balance of practicality, with a low-heel trim halter pump, and a sculpted two-inch suede-covered kitten heel. Continue Reading →

Manolo Blahnik’s Perfect Bootie

We love these Manolo Blahnik “Statlow’s,” booties that are perfect for Harlem anytime of the year. Continue Reading →

Etu Evans Talks Megan Mania On The Danny Tisdale Show (Video)

Join the conversation with celebrity shoe designer, philanthropist, speaker and Harlemite Etu Evans as he talks about the mania behind the Meghan Markle and Prince Harry royal wedding, Meghan’s timeless style, his and her realness, Princess Di and more with host Danny Tisdale, on The Danny Tisdale Show. Continue Reading →

Manolo Blahnik’s Little Black Pumps

The Manolo Blahnik‘s stunning women’s black suede pumps are the perfect dress up shoes for a board meeting at Touro College or dress down for diner at Sette Pani in Harlem. Continue Reading →

Manolo Blahnik “Putrosa” Polka-Dot Pumps For The Harlem Queen

These Manolo Blahnik polka-dot velvet pumps are perfect to check out VH1’s new series, “Daytime Divas,” is inspired by the book “Satan’s Sisters… A Novel of Fiction” written by Star Jones with Vanessa WIlliams at AOL BuildContinue Reading →

Manolo Blahnik’s Fabulously Perfect For Harlem Nights

These Manolo Blahnik’s are perfect for the Harlem woman if she is heading to the Harlem World Talks event with Clarence Reynolds, Ron Kavanaugh & Troy Johnson, The Annual Black Pack Book Party 2017 in these leather pumps with a skinny heel and sexy point toe, a self-covered 4″ heel and a leather upper.

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5 Wedding Shoes That Wow Any Harlem Wedding

Miu Mius wedding shoes

From our wedding curators at Harlem World Magazine, statement-making heels to put your best foot forward on your big day. Your Harlem wedding will take you high, and these Miu Mius pumps above will take you higher by Prada satin bridal pumps. Continue Reading →

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