The Comfort Of Negative Space

Alexander Wang Celia Wedge

If the absence of physical matter is negative space, does that translate to comfort? That’s the question Alexander Wang’s new Celia wedge (first seen on his Spring runway) with it’s split shank construction brings to mind.

Kerry Washington, who posed in the suede stunners in the In Style March edition (she’s also the cover star) says they “were surprisingly comfortable”, even going as far as likening the wedges to the lightweight feel of sneakers.

Maybe it has something to do with the molded leather ankle strap with pull back velco closure providing a snug fit, and the extra added comfort from rubberized metal hardware and a molded leather outsole (for extra cushy support). Having not tried them on I can’t actually attest to their comfort level, yet I can say these are one chic and unique pair of heels.

It is quickly becoming the must have shoe of the season, and you don’t need to know a thing about Physics to enjoy them! Grab yours now, at Alexander Wang’s online store ($625.00), while you can!

We’re Not Done Yet

I’m still reeling from the news of John Stewart’s exit (later this year) from The Daily Show. Monday through Thursdsay watching John is how I prepare for bed. Not only does he make me laugh my arse off every night, I find him to be one of the sexiest man on television — he’s  over the top funny, intelligent, with just the right amount of compassion/sensitivity.

Click on John to catch his funniest and most brilliant moments of his 14 years as The Daily Show host.

John Stewart



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