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Women's Fashion: Into the Night

Designers are upping the glam factor on fall's sleek, ladylike styles.

Seychelle, MICHAEL ANTONIO, Mojo Moxy, Penny Loves Kenny

Juniors' Trend: Rope Wedges

1940s-inspired wedges are going bold for spring.

Art, Auri, DONALD J PLINER, PIKOLINOS, Geox, Snipe, Fossil,

Men's Trend: Slide Sandals

Slides offer a chic alternative to dressed-down flip-flops this season.

Spring Preview: Loeffler Randall

The New York-based brand will add bridal looks to its spring collection.

Athletic Trend: Piping Details

Subtle and high-contrast piping punches up casual sneakers for spring.

Comfort Trend: Ankle Cuffs

All eyes will be on the ankle this spring as casual sandals feature sexy cuffed effects with soft draping or embellished treatments.

Women's Trend: Neon Lights

Brands are spicing things up for spring with pops of electric color.

Women's Fashion: Menswear Styling

Feminine silhouettes are imbued with a masculine twist.

Retailer of the Year: Selfridges

The London store is laying claim to the title of largest shoe department in the world with its massive footwear offering.

Women's Trend: Clear Heels

Women’s brands are turning to transparent looks for spring ’11.

Women's Fashion: Class Action

Feminine favorites are here to stay.

Children's Trend: Cork Footbeds

Kids’ designers turn cork footbed sandals into a must-have for girls.

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