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October 22, 2012

Jimi Hendrix Inspires Jimmy Choo

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It’s a new season which means time to bring out the shoes for fall/winter.   This year Jimmy Choo says its shoe collection for men is inspired by the legendary guitarist Jimi Hendrix during the time he lived in London.  Filled with plenty of camouflage, suede and snakeskin it’s certainly a collection of footwear for a bold man.  But there are also some styles that are more subdued in black, chocolate brown and grey.


Jimi Hendrix

Watch the video and see all the latest styles.  Would you sport any of these?

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About the Author

Ivy Prosper is a freelance writer, public speaker and television reporter and host. Her work has been featured in various publications including ehow.com, BizComb Magazine, and on her fashion blog styleandcultureblog.com. Through her career she has worked in fashion buying, design and as a fashion model. She has also worked in television as a Host, Reporter and script-writer.



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