Skip to main content

Anchors Away with TaylorSays Shoes


Happy New Year! The weather may still be cold but we can all imagine some warm weather and the ocean breeze when wearing a pair of TaylorSays Anchors Away heels. Featured in polished blue or white patent leather you will want to throw on high waist pants and bright red lipstick. Inspired by bright colors and the desire to take in each moment the modern shoe line features the designer's original art work imprinted on the soles of her one-of-a-kind heels. Show off your own individuality on TaylorSays.com and Heels.com.



About Taylor Reeve
Designer and artist, Taylor Reeve is showcasing her signature art and designs that are imprinted on the soles of the exclusively crafted heels. Originally for southern California, Taylor has etched her vibrant style and twist with the creation of her new collection Taylorsays. Drawing on just about everything in her path, her inspiration comes from a wide array of influences like street and pop art to graffiti, tattoo and kustom culture, Taylor has developed a unique style that solely marks her work as an individual artist.

Currently, Taylor works with several companies within the action sports community, such as Quiksilver, Dragon, Bell Helmets and SkullCandy to name a few. She has been able to design and create one-of-a-kind artist series with each of these companies. Her signature Taylor Reeve men’s outerwear debuted last winter with Quiksilver. Taylor has also worked with custom bike builder Jesse Rooke for 6 years, adding her signature flair to some of his famous choppers.

Have you seen the Sole La Vie article about TaylorSays on the Runway Fashion blog.


Comments

Popular posts from this blog

WHO’S NEXT and PREMIERE CLASSE January 2015

The date is set. The next edition of the WHO’S NEXT and PREMIERE CLASSE trade shows, will take place from Friday 22nd to Monday 25th January 2016 at Porte de Versailles.  In the midst of its extensive renovation work, the Paris Expo - Porte de Versailles is keeping its doors open for events. This ambitious modernisation project aims to strengthen the role that Paris holds as tourism market leader with regards to international business.  The first phase of the renovation concerns halls 1 and 7, the main entrance and the central walkway with the creation of travelators between hall 3 and 4.   In line with this situation, WHO’S NEXT and PREMIERE CLASSE are having to evolve and transform. The areas are being rethought, reworked, to offer a more fluid experience, a clearer display of the trade shows’ offer.  By joining forces with Studio GGSV (Curator of the Saint-Etienne Design Biennial 2013) the trade shows guarantee a quality setting and optimal space layout. The plan is se

Fashion Goes in Cycles

They say that fashion goes in cycles.  What is in fashion this year will be out of fashion next year. However, clothing that may have been in style ten years ago, can potentially be next season smashing trend.  Due to the the cyclical nature of the apparel industry it is important for designers as well as consumers to monitor past styles as well as currently trending designs.  One way to do this would be to occasionally view old fashion articles in magazines, newspapers, websites, and obviously on blogs such as this one. Fashion Articles Past & Present Fashion Articles Archive 2011:  Fashion Articles 2011    January 2011 Fashion Articles   February 2011 Fashion Artciles    March 2011 Fashion Articles    April 2011 Fashion Articles   May 2011 Fashion Articles    June 2011 Fashion Article Archive    July 2011 Fashion Article Archive    August 2011 Fashion Article Archive     September 2011 Fashion Articles    October 2011 Fashion News

Foot Cardigan Sock Subscription

‘ Tis the season to be jolly, and what could be jollier than a new pair of fabulously bizarre socks in your mailbox every single month? Whether you're shopping for your own feet or those of your friends and family, Foot Cardigan offers a monthly makeover from knee to toe. And even though the true meaning of the holidays is peace on earth and good will towards all, everyone knows the best part is actually the surprise of opening an amazing gift. But Jolly Ole St Nick only comes around once a year.  With Foot Cardigan you can get your jollies every single month, all year long. “There is something magical about receiving random gifts in the mail, especially gifts that are as fun as crazy socks,” says Bryan DeLuca, Co-founder of Foot Cardigan. “We want to bring back the art of random gift giving that makes people feel special.” The website that just launched this year, is the brainchild of five fearless founders; Bryan DeLuca, Tom Browning, Kelly Largent, Matt Fr