Rosemary Mac Cabe

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Chloe Green launches her new shoe line for Topshop

There are times I really wish I lived in London – when Wimbledon is on, for example, or during the summer when everyone in Big Brother is sunbathing outside, or when Chloe Green holds a press launch for her hotly anticipated …

Fri, May 11, 2012, 10:30

   

There are times I really wish I lived in London – when Wimbledon is on, for example, or during the summer when everyone in Big Brother is sunbathing outside, or when Chloe Green holds a press launch for her hotly anticipated line of green-soled shoes for Topshop. I’ve been keeping an eye out for Green’s footwear since I saw a preview on the Telegraph, and these pics from Topshop’s blog have done nothing to sate my appetite for Green’s shoes, despite her horrific turn in my favourite TV show, Made in Chelsea.

Don’t her shoes look really great? I think sneering at celebrity lines, at this stage, is so 2000 – Victoria Beckham has taught us all an important lesson – so I don’t much care that these shoes were designed by an heiress who was, let’s face it, only ever going to do something within the Topshop family.

 

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