Set The Scene In Charlotte Olympia's Homage To Old Hollywood

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    Just when you though Charlotte Dellal couldn't churn out any more quirk (she is, after all, the woman who brought us the Domino Clutch and jingle-bell-embellished heels!), Moda Operandi has unveiled the Brit designer's latest line — and it's a doozy! Inspired by the glitz and glam of Hollywood, the pre-fall steppers feature appropriate add-ons to the signature Charlotte Olympia shapes. We're talking ankle straps fashioned to look like film strips, and platinum platforms embezzled with a leading lady's portrait.

    Of course, the line of Tinseltown toe candy comes with a slew of Lala references, including the Sepia Dhalia Ava Pump, the Black Mulholland Sandal, and the Spectator Dolly Pump. And, while legends of the silver screen will forever be remembered on the Walk of Fame, these cinematic styles won't last long — only until February 11 at 11 a.m. ET, to be exact.

    With Dellal behind the scenes, you know this range of kicks is bound to be show-stopping — check them out after the jump! Just don't forget the popcorn.

    Photo: Via Moda Operandi

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