For the Carrie on your Holiday Gift List

Few have been surprised by the success of Sarah Jessica Parker's shoe line which launched at Nordstrom last February. With all the women who mention Carrie Bradshaw as a major fashion icon, it was bound to be a hit. Now SJP is branching out to Neiman Marcus, and this time she's not just bringing shoes.

Parker's collection features a number of Bradshaw approved heels and stilettos in a gorgeous variety of colors. It's essentially a collection of all the basics you never knew your closet needed. And while Parker may not be such a fan of flats she has designed a few styles for the heel-shy among us, including the Audrey, named for another infamous style icon.

This style merger also marks the beginning of Parker's branching into home goods. In addition to SJP shoes, Neiman Marcus is selling a special-edition candle with "notes of black amber, wild fig, and ginger." So, not only can you walk like Carrie Bradshaw, now your apartment can smell like her too. Now if only we could write like her...

Check out a video featuring the collection and produced by Sarah Jessica Parker and Neiman Marcus below!

Dannijo Starts Walking

Nothing is better than finding out your favorite niche designer is branching out to offer something totally new, which is why I cannot wait for Dannijo's Spring 15 shoe collection. Known for their bold and fresh jewelry designs, Dannijo's designers and founders Jodie and Danielle Synder are partnering with Eric Rutberg of Transparent Footwear Inc to create a line of sandals, heels, and booties for us to ogle over come spring.

"Quality has always been of utmost importance to us - which is why the jewelry is handmade in New York and the bags in Italy - so partnering with an experienced licenser that could grow a lucrative luxury business was of the utmost importance," said Jodie Snyder in an interview with Fashionista.com.

Rutberg has worked with many designers to launch their footwear lines, such as LAMB and Badgley Mischka. Together, Rutberg and the Snyders will produce a contemporary price point line with flat sandals starting at $250, heeled sandals at $325, and booties at $450. Other than price point and one or two sketches, the sister design duo have left us with much to imagine and hope for. So start saving now ladies! With fans like Sophia Bush and the ManRepeller's Leandra Medine, the collection is sure to sell out quick!

To find more information and keep an eye out for updates, check out Dannijo's website and instagram account and be sure to use their collection's special hashtag #steponit.

image taken from Dannijo.com

image taken from Dannijo.com

image taken from Fashionista.com

image taken from Fashionista.com

(Read more at Fashionista.com and TeenVogue.com)