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WSVN -- Celebrities lead the way when it comes to high fashion, and now you can walk in their well-heeled shoes this season.

Cinzia Bernasconi: "You can certainly find all the celebrity looks here."

Celeb shoe designer Cesare Paciotti just opened a store in Bal Harbour and is carrying many of the exact looks worn by Hollywood A-listers.

Cinzia Bernasconi: "Rihanna is all about Cesare Paciotti. She wore those for a video with Jay-Z and Kanye West."

Boots are a must-have item for fall and winter, and just like Rihanna's over-the-knee boots, the higher, the better. But if that's too much for you in the Miami heat, go for an ankle bootie or shoe boot.

Cinzia Bernasconi: "Blake Lively and Alicia Keys are big fans of these shoes. This is a great alternative for Miami. This gives you a boot look, but it's open in the back."

Rocker chic is in, so pick one with studs, zippers or chains, and even men can get into the boot trend.

Cinzia Bernasconi: "Usher, John Legend, Steven Perry are definitely a big fan of these boots."

If you've got a big event or party, take a cue from Beyonce and make strides in vibrant colors like royal blue or red or go for shoes that are like jewelry for the feet.

Cinzia Bernasconi: "Many celebrities wore these shoes. Alicia Keys, Beyonce and also American Idol Katharine McPhee."

Hollywood "it girls" go crazy over Carolina Herrera's gowns, and now you can too. The Venezuelan designer just showed off her 2010 spring/summer collection in Miami, and the colors are inspired by sunsets.

Carolina Herrera: "You know, you have those beautiful sunset colors that are a little bit of orange, a little bit of pink, a little bit of mauve. At the end of the day, when the sun sets, especially in Miami, the women look luminescent, radiant."

A lot of the collection was designed to look like Japanese woven baskets.

Carolina Herrera: "I have always been fascinated by the technique, so I thought, why not translate it to a collection."

The designer also put a new twist on the classic suit. Next year, it's all about short suits.

Carolina Herrera: "I am replacing the suits, instead of a skirt, with shorts, and I think that goes very well in Miami. Everyone has great legs here, and that's good."

From head to toe you've got all the A-list styles you need.

Belkys Nerey: "The new Carolina Herrera boutique also just opened at the Bal Harbour Shops."

FOR MORE INFORMATION:

Carolina Herrera9700 Collins Ave.Bal Harbour, FL 33154-2200(305) 867-7590

Cesare Paciotti9700 Collins Ave.Bal Harbour, FL 33154-2200305-861-8656

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