Guests were seated on a bedroom set complete with faux-fur blankets, art house posters and feminist paraphernalia pasted to the walls.
Designer Alessandro Dell’Acqua, master of the eye-candy shoe, sent out knotted satin bow high-heel sandals.
The over-the-knee, pointed-toe boots were done in either stretch patent engine red or a velvet cabernet shade.
And the men’s shoes were an off-kilter take on an English classic.
The former WME agent left the business in 2014 to launch The Weitz Effect, a wardrobe and style-consulting company.
“We aim to become the Los Angeles Hermès with an Iranian spirit,” says Marjan Malakpour.
To date, Anine Bing has eight self-designed stores with plans to open more this year.
He’s no longer just selecting shoes for celebrity clients to wear, but rather, skillfully creating them from scratch.
The designers caught up with FN on a hike through Los Angeles’ Baldwin Hills.
The children’s shoe brand has gained a following among Hollywood’s boldface tots, such as North West and Blue Ivy Carter.