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Kristin Cavallari stuns in scarlet

Published 05/12/2012

Kristin Cavallari
Kristin Cavallari
Kristin Cavallari
Kristin Cavallari
Kristin Cavallari

Kristin Cavallari wore a stunning scarlet skater dress to the launch of her shoe collaboration with Chinese Laundry last night.

The reality TV star-turned-designer unveiled the footwear collection she has created in collaboration with the US label at a star-studded event in Manhattan, New York City.

The collection includes heels and flats which new mom Kristin explains she created for the "girl on the go".

"My son is almost four months old now it's crazy how time flies. I started to design it when I was pregnant and now I'm promoting the collection, I bring him along with me and also his nanny," Kristin told NBC New York.

"The collection really represents my style, especially the flats. I'm wearing flats more than ever because of the baby, and what with pushing a stroller, obviously."

Kristin, who gave birth to her son Camden Jack in August, explained more about what the collection contains.

The former MTV star revealed style is important to her and described how she hopes her footwear will be comfortable as well as on trend.

"In the collection there's classic pumps, you can never go wrong with them, and there's a cute boot for the fall. Then there's shoes with an ankle strap, a style that's just so popular right now, I felt I just had to do them," she gushed. "Some of them are pretty high, but there's a platform which makes them more comfortable. I'm actually wearing them right now, they act like a little buffer for you which is a great trick."

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