Posts in September 2010

Eco-friendly from ankle to toes

Eco-friendly from ankle to toes

This shoe is made from Soil Association-certified organic leather. It was also made so that each part can be recycled once the wearer is ready to retire it. Helen Furber sure thought of everything. Icica from Helen Furber on Vimeo.

Goat fur boots

Goat fur boots

Alexander Wang fulfills your wish to make you look like a fawn. He made the Polina goat fur leather boots for $925.

Porcupine boots

Porcupine boots

I found these porcupine boots but don’t know who made them or what they were made for. Does anyone know?

Good for the environment

Good for the environment

Not so great for your look. The “Recycled” pump by Liza Fredrika Åslund are sports heels whittled from chunks of wood left over from furniture construction. Cut and mounted by hand on an iron pin, the pieces of wood are stacked to form a single... [+]

Hunting Boots

Hunting Boots

Dr. Martens and Opening Ceremony partnered up to create these… well just look at them. Apparently they’re pretty popular. Who would’ve known.

Chia Boot

Chia Boot

Someone took all the leftover hair from a beauty salon and glued it to these boots. They’re called Opening Ceremony. (This picture is what it would look like to be wearing them.) It’s a Boot in a Wig!

Cheetah and goldfish all-in-one

Cheetah and goldfish all-in-one

This shoe is part of PleaserUSA‘s line of Halloween footwear. You can dress as a cheetah that swallowed a goldfish. They come in cheetah print, zebra print, black, and white.

Shaggy dog meets denim

Shaggy dog meets denim

Pink denim, tassels, gold studs, gold heels, and shaggy fur: a recipe for disaster. These works of art from Louis Vuitton Spring/Summer 2010 Collection cost $2,080. View the full collection here. (Yes, there’s a whole collection of these shoes.)

Ninja shoes

Ninja shoes

Halloween is coming up soon. You can use these shoes by Martin Margiela if you want to dress up as a ninja. And they’re now on sale for the low price of $152.

Houston, we have a problem

Houston, we have a problem

This is the new fad in Houston?…. Hmmm…. Inspired by swordfish, these shoes give you a way to use all that left-over glitter you had laying around the house.