Cynthia Vincent's Lust-Worthy Shoe Collection For Target Deserves A Lot More Attention

April 2, 2010 by Aria Hughes
shefinds | Style

With all the hooplah over Zac Posen’s collection for Target, we almost forgot about shoe designer Cynthia Vincent’s Target collection that will be available April 18. The Thread has a first look of the shoes, and they look like exact replicas of the designer’s popular sandals and ballet flats. FabSugar has video of the collection up close and personal:

If you can’t wait until they’re available later on this month, here are three pairs of Cynthia Vincent shoes that will make any outfit look hip.

These Cynthia Vincent Luella Wedges ($405) give you height, but you don’t have to worry about falling over with the comfortable wedge heel.

I love the mix an snake print and tribal embroidered details on these Cynthia Vincent Keller Embroidered Ballet Flats ($225).

I love a good gladiator sandal, but sometimes they all look the same. These Cynthia Vincent  Odeon Sandals ($250) are unlike any gladiator-inspired sandal I’ve ever seen.

Stay in the know about more designer collaborations in our fashion news section, and then check out our guide to the best spring shoe trends,  and the best shoes to walk in.


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