Palm Beach, FL (PRWEB) July 30, 2009
Judy Jones Shoes, new a line of women's designer footwear that fuses stunning style with wearability, will launch its initial collection of over 30 shoes in 19 designs at "The Collections" at WSA, the Venetian Hotel in Las Vegas, July 31 - August 2. Created by promising new South Florida designer Jeffrey Corlew, the Judy Jones line is handmade in Spain and inspired by the easy elegance of the world-renowned Palm Beach lifestyle.
The Judy Jones collection features resort wear sandals crafted from top quality leathers, satins, metallics, vinyls and suedes. Eye-catching glam is added with flowers, shells and starfish made from Swarovski crystals and other custom details. Heel heights range from flat to 2¼ inch kitten heels. The shoes are expected to retail for $350 to $435.
"I've talked to women all over the world, and time and again so many tell me that a shoe that looks fabulous and feels great on their foot is a rare experience," said Corlew. "With Judy Jones Shoes, I've set out to express a true 'glamour on the go" approach, creating classically beautiful shoes that can go from breakfast by the pool to a romantic dinner for two, and all moments in between."
Buyers, retailers and stylists can view the Judy Jones line and meet its creator at Suite #6133 in the Venetian Hotel, July 31 through August 2 from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily and from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday. Appointments may be scheduled by calling Jeffrey Corlew at (954) 882-4567. For more information on Judy Jones Shoes, visit http://www.judyjonesshoes.com.
"The Collections" at WSA, held concurrently with The WSA Show, is an exclusive premium footwear, handbag and fashion jewelry show within The WSA Show, featuring 350 luxury designers from around the globe in an exclusive upscale setting, highlighting industry trends up to one year in advance. This exclusive show, attracting the world's most important luxury retailers, is the world's largest and most comprehensive footwear and accessories marketplace.
For details, please visit http://www.thecollectionatwsa.com.