Thursday, September 06, 2007

GWP from Shoe Designer Arturo Chiang

Arturo Chiang | Gigi Ballerina flats | Designer | ShoesArturo Chiang at
Lord & Taylor
Thursday, September 6th

Arturo Chiang creates a range of well made, stylish, and comfortable pumps, loafers, boots and dress shoes. Arturo Chiang shoes; women's designer shoes are both elegant and affordable.

I have a pair of Arturo Chiang Gigi Ballerina flats (see picture above) in red patent leather with superbly padded insoles for extra comfort. It's a very classy shoe but because they are so comfortable and soft I wear them to work :) They're great for work and look really stylish with pant suits. Because of the patent leather they're really dressy.

Arturo Chiang shoes can be found in department stores and boutiques like Macys, Bloomingdales and Lord & Taylor and here's your chance to receive a special gift from the shoe designer himself as Arturo Chiang is making a personal appearance at Lord & Taylor on Thursday, September 6th.

Who
Hot Chilean Born Shoe Designer Arturo Chiang
Creator Of Modern Footwear
Of Innovative Design And Quality Leathers From Around The World

What
Mr. Chiang will meet and greet customers and share his unique vision of footwear design in Lord and Taylor's shoe department. Gift With Purchase (GWP) - Customers purchasing Arturo Chiang footwear will receive a Special Gift from the designer.

When
Thursday, September 6th
11:00 am To 1:00 pm

Where
Lord & Taylor
424 Fifth Avenue at 39th Street
Second Floor, NYC

2 comments:

  1. I think thats pretty interesting he's showing up at Lord & Taylor. I bet its part of their rebranding efforts to target younger generations. They seem to be making smart moves so far with their new marketing campagins and I'll be interested to see the changes they make in their stores!

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  2. Yes and as part of their rebranding campaign, they just launched new shopping bags, which will be on display in the store's Fifth Avenue windows during New York Fashion Week....all part of modernizing the store's image while celebrating its 181-year-old heritage.

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