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Exclusive Chat: We Have Shoe Much Love For Charlotte Olympia Dellal!

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    Like any fear-holding human being, we're repulsed at the sight of a spider. But, there's one caveat — a single species of arachnid that gets our hearts pumping and incites squeals of a totally different type. And, that's whenever we need to dress our absolute best, heading straight for Charlotte Olympia's insignia lurking in our closet!

    From day one we knew we were sole mates, but after shooting the breeze with designer Ms. Dellal on the footwear floor of Neiman Marcus (the Holy Grail of Cinderella slippers!), she charmed us from head-to-toe. It was only her second time visiting Tinseltown, but with a style that oozes Old Hollywood glamour, she fit right in.

    The Brit made sure to pack her eclectic spring collection for the pond-hop, and we've got our picks right here for you to peruse while reading the secrets to her deep sole (she even whispered about a new collab that we'll spill soon and the possibility of an L.A. store!). Get ready to fall head over heels yourself!

    Photo: Courtesy of Charlotte Olympia

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