Monday, 13 June 2011

A summer witch's tale

Once upon a time there was a Danish girl named Camilla Skovgaard. She was a very talented girl. One day when she was 20 years old, she was whisked off to a faraway land to design women's couture in Dubai for the sheik's wives and daughters. She was so talented that she stayed for 7 years until finally one fateful day in 2000 she moved to London to study the craft of shoe making. She proved to master her craft so well that she won copious amounts of awards and collaborated for 7 seasons with the house of Matthew Williamson.

These days she's got her own brand of shoes

Her most recent collection 'A summer witch's tale' is for sale now and includes these fierce heels. Showing why she's been dubbed the Arne Jacobsen of couture.


A few of her designs are available for purchase here or here

Hopefully she lives happily ever after.


  1. Witches?

    Will she become Official Shoemaker to The Coven?

  2. It's nice to see some sensible shoes on the catwalk at last.

  3. What a Talent!
    I love the last one pictured...

    Oh Hai MJ.. Miss Scarlet...

  4. MJ: Any minute now..

    Speaking of witch, where is the old witch?

    Miss Marilyn: I know, I thought it was time to showcase some sensible shoes.

    Princess: They are very organic, but I like them too. Since she's not *that* famous they are resonably priced.

  5. I like the fringed ones best.

    *licks screen*