You may have already heard (or read about) the brand new CJG shoe collection at Topshop, which has been exclusively designed by lovely Chloe Green herself. After sneak previews of some of the designs were shown via Chloe’s Twitter page, I imagined the collection was going to be gorgeous however after seeing the full range – I am in awe!
Chloe launched her shoe collection this week, inviting back her ex co-stars from Made In Chelsea, friends from The Only Way Is Essex and stars such as Tess Daley to share the special evening with her! I was a little disappointed with the coverage Chloe was given by the Daily Mail (although I’m sure this isn’t going to have a negative effect on the sales, as the shoes speak for themselves) as they criticised her on not inviting along ‘bigger stars’ rather than celebrating the hard work and effort Chloe has put into her collection. Yes, I understand The Mail has to run interesting and ‘exciting’ stories however – give the girl a break! It’s supposed to be all about the shoes!
The photographs that accompany Chloe’s collection are amazing and show off the gorgeous green soles that make the shoes so unique! She looks absolutely stunning and it is nice to see the designer modelling their own collection (for once) as many others have little involvement in the marketing and promotions side.
I think my absolute favourite design from the CJG collection is the Misha Tan Wedges (which retail at £130) as they are ideal for summer and feature a beautiful woven detailed wedge. However, I actually would wear any of the shoes in Chloe’s collection as they are all very tasteful (albeit very high) and are clearly very intricately designed.
I have had the pleasure of meeting Chloe several times and despite her success; she is one of the most down to earth famous faces I’ve met. I’m sure her shoes will be a huge success, and I look forward to seeing her future collections! You can view the full CJG range here.
Please note: the photographs in this post do not belong to me and I do not take credit for them. They are used purely for reference purposes only.