It was announced last month that Nate will be host and executive producer of a new reality show on NBC called Renovation Nation.
To implement this trend, Atwood has resorted to just a few, cleverly opted effects: a fashionable 40’s style wedge heel here and a big handbag made from shiny python leather there, the flowing fabrics in flattering colors which he used for the elegant cruise collection or silk tunics embellished with ethno patterns and tassels for the hippiesque ready-to-wear summer collection. No, actually I didn’t pay attention—but that’s an exception. Some designers—and I know that we are doing it too—undertake studies in order to find out how high heels can be made more comfortable.
You wouldn’t necessarily expect that much sensitivity from Brian Atwood, who, together with his interior-designer boyfriend Nate Berkus, belongs to USA’s young jet set clique and who constantly repeats words like “great,” “sexy” and “big.” But this inclination to beautiful pretence might be just the right remedy to polish up the old label. Well, first it’s definitely the impact of the women herself whether it is her face or her whole appearance but the last look is definitely the shoes because they can round off the whole image. After all, women don’t just want to run from their car to the couch anymore.
At first sight, the combination of Bally and Brian Atwood seems as odd as the marriage of a Swiss army knife to an i Pod.
Bally, the Swiss shoe company that has just been taken over by the Labelux group, has been in business for 157 years now.
The sexual orientation of those featured here did not stand in the way of their achievements. 1971) is a former day-time television host (The Nate Berkus Show 2010-2012) who became known to millions of TV viewers as a regular guest on The Oprah Winfrey Show.