MummyPages were lucky enough to attend the launch of The Shoe Garden at Arnotts, and we were blown away by the stunning collection of shoes. If you have a bit of Carrie Bradshaw in you, and love your footwear, you will be in shoe heaven when you visit Arnotts.
 
Ireland’s largest ladies shoe department was launched by the stunning Alesha Dixon, who herself was wearing a fabulous pair of gold Buffalo heels, available at Arnotts. The Shoe Garden features exciting new brands in a contemporary new space, with 47 brands and 50,000 pairs of shoes available. New ladies shoe brands introduced to the store include Vivienne Westwood Anglomania, Nine West, Kurt Geiger, Carvela, Steve Madden, DKNY and Michael by Michael Kors. A selection of pumps, heels and even wellies were on display, all of which will be available this Autumn/Winter.
 
Irish celebs who were trying on all these fabulous shoes for the evening included Grainne Seoige, Amanda Brunker, Andrea Roche, Pippa O’Connor, Clodagh McKenna, and Lorraine Keane.
 
Alesha Dixon said: “I love the look and the size of the new Shoe Garden in Arnotts – and what girl doesn’t love shoes, they fit every time! I’m thrilled to be back over in Dublin to launch the largest ladies shoe department in Ireland, the Irish ladies are in for a treat here. While I’m busy at the moment, having just finished my latest album, which will be out next year it’s a pleasure to visit Ireland and I hope to come back again soon!”

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