Thursday, 3 October 2013

Upper Street x Save the Children Walk Tall collection













Last week I was invited to the launch of a shoe collection curated by Upper Street and Save The Children. The organisation enlisted actresses Helena Bonham Carter, Hayley Atwell and Tamsin Egerton, singers Mollie King of The Saturdays and former Pussycat Dolls' Kimberly Wyatt, and last but not least model Erin O'Connor to design their dream shoe with inspiration from their childhood. The final outcome is a diverse collection of beautiful shoes, each with an inspiring backstory.

The best part is that you can bid for any of these exclusive shoe designs and win the only pair in your chosen size here on their ebay page with proceeds going to Save the Children.

Which is your favourite pair?
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14 comments

  1. These are such amazing shoes, and for such a good cause! xx

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  2. Love love love!
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  3. I absolutely adore the secret garden slippers! They are so beautiful x

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  4. Awesome post! nice shoes<3

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    xx

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  5. The ruby heels are gorgeous. Ahhh so much shoe love!

    Haute Hobbit.

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  6. Wow they all look so FAB!!! I really love the design of the first pair thou! x A.

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  7. such a fun collection of shoes :)

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  8. Such amazing pieces! Really love the first ones, such beautiful details!

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  9. Looks like you had a great time!
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  10. Can I just have ALL the shoes! What pretty selection. A lovely idea too, shoes and charity. I hope you enjoyed the event!

    Emma x

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