Somewhere over the rainbow, bluebirds fly and the dreams that you dream of, dreams really do come true. The legendary song Somewhere Over The Rainbow by Israel Kamakawiwo'ole came to mind while looking at the dazzling Cruise 2018 Disco Inferno collection, which is crying out for you to hit the dance floor and transform into a rainbow fairy!
The collection is predominantly made up of pumps, high heels and high-heeled slippers in bright rainbow colours, gold, silver and black. The luxury Inferno high heels in black suede, with a sensuous design and coloured crystals on the back are a truly devilish pair which you can combine with almost anything. Apart from the above-mentioned colours, the British brand also went for delicate antique pink or fiery red, used to decorate the silky satin Paloma 100 pumps.
Testament to the fact that denim is one of the most popular materials of all is the fact that it appears in almost all of the collections of world-renowned designers. With her luxury designs, Charlotte Olympia tries to convince you that this popular material need not only be found in your jacket or trousers. With the Cruise 2018 collection, she the offers Broadway 95 denim pumps with a gold strap, Kitty Flats, the luxurious trainers Kiss Me Sneakers or the cute rucksack with a cat motif Mini Feline.
The Kitty motif has become a standard of the brand, used to adorn handbags and footwear. This is also the case with the luxury Cruise 2018 collection. It appears on Feline Shoulder handbags in shades of antique pink, red and burgundy or on comfortable flats, which the collection offers a lot of. You can also opt for items in colours of the rainbow or silver with mirror party tiles.
In my opinion, the new collection by Charlotte Olympia-Disco Inferno has a clear place in society. For the group: cat-lovers taking part in the Prague Pride parade (the only understandable possibility), fairground workers and fans of the film “Saturday Night Fever” (1977).
Who on earth would under normal circumstances wear cheap-looking sparkling flames which by the way look as though there should be an unseemly label on the sole reading MADE IN CHINA?! Or what normal person would walk over the cobblestones of Prague in rainbow coloured cat flats?! Not to mention the rest with the unwieldy two-metre high heels...
My god, if any of you have your mind made up to throw away 12 – 25 thousand crowns, you would be better advised to send your money straight to UNICEF! Because spending exorbitant amounts of money of ugly rubbish like that is, I am sorry, CRIMINAL!!!