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Ever since I visited my attorney yesterday to look over my latest modeling contract and to trademark my mane, I have been practicing and perfecting a really "ferocious" fashion stomp for the runway shows of New York, Paris and Milan. I've also been studying all of the couture shoe styles that are out there that the Haute Couturiers may have me wear at the shows. As part of my research, I stopped by the really chic boutique and atelier of my Mistress of Beauty and Adventure's friend, Vanessa Noel, haute couture shoe designer to the stars www.vanessanoel.com on East 64th Street in NYC.

On my way there, http://www.villagevoice.com/events/no-pants-subway-ride-1578769/, I have also been reading all about the latest fashions and editorial in the pages of Vogue Italia where photographer Steven Meisel has my fellow supermodel Karlie Kloss spoofing a catwalk spill in its January 2010 issue. http://www.coutorture.com/6945581 It's critical that I am fully prepared for my debut!

The thought of doing something as humiliating as a catwalk spill is something that absolutely terrifies this particular pussycat! A spill not only distracts from a show, but it can ruin a budding Supermodel's career if it happens too frequently! I need this to be a complete anomaly....so I've been practicing my supermodel pussycat strut in the 5" high Stilletos that Vanessa Noel so graciously let me borrow to practice my stomp in. I wanted the one off pair that Vanessa created exclusively for Bailey's Irish Cream , but unfortunately they had already been sold. http://www.clothesoffourback.org/product_info.php?products_id=2776


Here's an illustration that Vanessa wanted me to share which I love being an art lover myself:


Vanessa Noel was so cool! She let me borrow a pair that's not available yet! I wish I could show them to you, but I can't. You see, Vanessa Noel doesn't want a competitor to copy them before they come to market because designer copying is sooooo prevalent in the fashion market these days! That is called a cheap knock off in the fashion world for those of you who do not know! In fact, I read in Women's Wear Daily, my favorite fashion trade paper, that the venerable fashion house of Chanel was sued by one of their suppliers and accused of doing the same! I am relieved that Chanel was cleared of this nasty accusation by the French courts! But now, the case is currently being appealed by their vendor, World Tricot! http://www.wwd.com/business-news/in-brief-appeal-in-chanel-case-239...

Vanessa Noel's chic atelier and boutique is located at 158 East 64th Street between Lexington Avenue and Third Avenues in Manhattan. The boutique is open 10-6 Monday through Friday and 11-6 on Saturday and can be reached at (212)906-0055. Vanessa is currently having a most fabulous shoe sale with her shoes marked down up to an astonishing 80% off. It's like a private sale for fashion insiders and pussycat fashionistas in the know! So please stop by Vanessa Noel's boutique before the end of January to get the best selection and best fashion your paws can possibly have! Please make sure to tell Vanessa that I told you to go there! I just love the way the tufts of fur on my derriere look when I'm stomping in the pair of Vanessa Noel shoes that Vanessa let me borrow! They are really comfortable too!


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Comment by San Jose Fashion Week on January 9, 2010 at 2:04am
Love the design, you are very good at expressing yourself, light and informative.

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