Jessica Chastain in Brian Atwood – 2013 Golden Globes

Jessica Chastain knocked it out of the park at last night’s Golden Globes as the recipient of the ‘Best Actress in a Motion Picture Drama’ award.

In fact, there was a lot of love for her red carpet ensemble, as well. With that fiery mane, you can’t go wrong with a pale custom Calvin Klein Collection seafoam halter dress and $3 million worth of Harry Winston diamonds. Though we couldn’t see her heels, her stylist informed us that she was wearing these nude Brian Atwood ‘Alesha’ peep-toe platform pumps (click to buy!). An odd choice if we were able to see them, but a perfect choice for someone who needs some extra height under a full-length gown. The Aleshas offer 6 and a half inches of extra height thanks to a three-inch platform.

She Said “Snakeskin Colourblock”

Be the beholder of every eye in these B Brian Atwood snakeskin colourblock pumps. Immaculate shades of fuchsia, teal and red come together in perfect unison to create one beautiful pump.

The fuchsia snakeskin upper is amazingly cohesive with the rest of the leopard print shoe. A 5.5-inch heel is covered in teal leopard print, while the red leopard print snakeskin island platform gives another 1-inch boost. To tie the look together the pump is trimmed out in natural leopard print which also includes a leopard print sole. If you are looking for a fabulous transition-into-fall piece, look no further than this colourblock masterpiece.

She Said “Malika”

I’m officially back on the colourblocking game, you guys!

With lots of pretty pastels on-trend for Spring/Summer 2012, it proves hard to find a shoe that can be colourblocked without looking out of place. Fortunately, these “Malika” stilettos from B Brian Atwood have the colour and construction to give the feminine look a real POP! With the always-unforgiving 3.5-inch stiletto heel, the designer’s choice to add quilted padding at the footbed is much appreciated.

She Said “Mojito”

Woah, baby! Forget bikini-ready. All you need to do to prepare for the Summer is get shoe-ready.

Preferably with these leather and raffia sandals from Brian Atwood – the “Mojito”. With a small platform, this 4.5-inch stiletto is an aqua-accented dream heel. And look at that, they threw in a buckle for safety! Maybe not the cheapest shoes on the block, but with this kind of originality on your feet…who needs to pay rent?

She Said “Feathers”

Mister Brian Atwood creates some of the most fabulous shoes and these B Brian Atwood sandals are no exception.

Fulfil your tribal trend quota with these metallic leather and exotic feather-embellished open-toed sandals. Short and long feathers mingle together in three different shades giving a luxurious effect. An adjustable ankle strap with grooved links secures the feathers, which cascade over your foot. The heel is an almost-forgiving and practical 4 inches. Leather lining and sole along with the padded insole create a plush surface for your feet to rest. Pair these sandals with a simple top and skinny jeans or skirt and let the feathers do the talking.

She said “Hampton Chic”

It’s time to eat my words. Though the infamy tied to my name is that of a flat shoe-hater, I am truly obsessed with these penny loafers.

The caramel and coffee Brian Atwood animal-print, calf hair beauties are the ultimate in easy, Hampton chic. I can imagine wearing them with a lightweight, chocolate-coloured tank tucked into crisp, cropped white trousers. Seaside Spring/Summer beauty (and at least there is a 0.5-inch heel!).

She Said “Agron in Atwood”

Oh, the dangers of shoe photography and stylists who aren’t in the know!

The stun-ning-OMG Dianna Agron was spotted wearing red-dyed satin Brian Atwood Maniac pumps at the “I Am Number Four” premiere. The trouble is, the original white versions are perfect – especially for weddings – 5 inch, almond-toed platform pumps and are designed to catch the light. The red alteration on the material makes them look cheap in photographs. White shoe supremacy.

She Said “Splash The Cash”

The crazy cheap shoe department at Primark always causes a shoe stampede when they pull out their latest knock off designer footwear. Understandable when they cost less than 1/10th of their duplicate’s price tag.

I don’t get the latest hype, though. These fake Brian Atwood courts are plain ugly, yet have become sold out in Liverpool, Manchester and London. A Primark rep was quoted as saying “…every girl wants these”. Not I.

Primark Brian Atwood Courts

The Brian Atwood courts at £455