Posts in December 2010

Strut your Pony Trot

Strut your Pony Trot

I wanted to end 2010 with a bang, visit this and what better way to do it than with these horsetail shoes, symptoms designed by Masaya Kushino. Yep, that’s a real horse’s tail attached to the back of these shoes. You’d have to break into... [+]

Dancing Shoes

Dancing Shoes

Dance the Night Away is the name of these shoes by Irregular Choice. It looks like the heel shrunk from too much dancing. Luckily, more about they are now on sale for $112, drug from $140. Photos from Irregular Choice

Straight from the Pound

Straight from the Pound

The name for these shoes is Dog 2010. They are hand-made by shoe designer Kobi Levi in leather. Looks like he watched too many Pound Puppies cartoons. Photos from Kobi Levi

High Tide Shoes

High Tide Shoes

The shoes on the top image are not for sale. They are the creation of Belgian artist Paul Schietekat for his Gallery exhibition. But they seem to have inspired Jean Paul Gaultier into creating this “ready to wear” look, visit this site below, that grazed... [+]

Animal-carved platforms

Animal-carved platforms

Crazy plaform wedges created in collaboration by Maco Custodio and Dennis Celestial for the Bench Uncut Fashion Show. The pair above has an elephant carved on the platform. The one in the middle has a lion, this a horse and a rhino together in one.... [+]

Olsen Spider Shoes

Olsen Spider Shoes

This is actress Ashley Olsen attending the Hampton Social @ Ross Concert by James Taylor in 2007. Even though it’s been a while, cheapest it’s still worthy of mention. She’s wearing Azzedine Alaia knee-high black patent gladiator sandals. Photos from Sound Off Column and Shoewawa

Kobe, The Grinch

Kobe, The Grinch

These Grinchy Green shoes were even called “ugly” by ABC Announcer Jeff Van Gundy on national TV. Who will pay Nike $130 for these shoes, viagra 40mg whose maiden voyage by Kobe was like the Titanic? Apparently a lot of people, ask as the so... [+]

Candy Cane Shoes

Candy Cane Shoes

These candy cane shoes by Converse are for adults and kids alike. Not sure what you would match it with… a Christmas tree knitted sweater? Photos from Guides to Buy and Baby Shoe Shopping

Not dope, Dopie

Not dope, Dopie

This is the Dopie. Yup, stomach that is the real name. They are meant to be for skater guys and gals. They go for $50 and you can get them here. Photos from Dopie Wear

Sandwich flop

Sandwich flop

This Brisket sandwich flip flop is actually a shoe sculpture by Robert Tabor. They are available for purchase on Etsy for $275. Photo from Etsy