Stylists are faced with the interesting task of finding crazy accessories to match with the wild clothing featured in edgy editorials. Using their creativity to their advantage, many of these fashion folks resort to making pieces themselves.
These rhinestone-covered heels with matching spikes were created by Louise Goldin, Christopher Kane, Panos and a small army of artisans for a photoshoot. They are truly a fabulous find. They say, "I'm glamorous, but don't mess with me."
Implications - The desire for customized products has risen significantly among consumers in recent years. Businesses can incorporate styles and designs explored by small businesses and handmade items into their goods and services to create memorable designs that stand out in competitive markets.
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