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Exclusive! Six Top Bloggers Design The Shoes Of Their Dreams

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    FarFetch — the British e-commerce hub that connects you to indie goods from all across the web — and footwear showroom SIXLondon have rounded up six fashion bloggers (all at the top of their games) to create a limited-edition collection of exceptionally cool shoes. The blogs represented — The Man Repeller, Style Bubble, and The Facehunter, to name a few — are some of our favorites, and we’re charmed to see that the resulting collection is actually really awesome.

    So awesome, in fact, that we’re having trouble picking a favorite. Is it the muted floral desert boot/creeper hybrid made by Style Salvage, or is it Carolines Mode's brainchild: fire-engine-red boots with geometric studding? The shoes reflect the style and personality of the bloggers — Susie Bubble’s shoes look like some kind of disco confection, The Man Repeller’s heeled booties are fashion-girl in the front, studded pony mane in the back — and we love that they make blogger collabs look damn good. Available Nov. 22, the shoes will retail for £214 - £397 ($338.59 - $628.13). And only 20 of each shoe will be produced, so if you see something you like, you'd better get on it!

    Image Via FarFetch/SIXLondon
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