Posts in May 2012

Sorry Kim, Gig's Up.

Sorry Kim, Gig's Up.

I was very happy to read on Squidoo: “The Federal Trade Commission charged Skechers with making unfounded claims. A class action lawsuit against Skechers, page Rebook and Vibram will prevent these companies from making false health-related advertising.” As a result, order Skechers gets fined $40... [+]

Grow An Inch or Ten

Grow An Inch or Ten

Shoes have always been used to appear taller than you really are. I think these are just ridiculous. Do you really need this much lift? Photos from Solestruck

Get Your Laughs Here

Get Your Laughs Here

Jeffrey Campbell came up with a solution for boring meetings: Comic Book-on-a-shoe! Now you can wear your favorite comics and read them, no rx too. The funny thing is this collection is called Sick Of Men. um… yeah. I honestly can’t decide which print is... [+]

Honey, I'm Wearing The Chandelier

Let’s take this moment to reminisce. Here are shoes from Prada’s Spring/Summer 2010 collection. I think the shoe designers were all sitting in a very fancy room with a chandelier and decided to take it down and put it on their shoes. Photo from Fashion... [+]

Parade Float Shoes

Parade Float Shoes

When I saw these shoes all I could think of were the floats at the Thanksgiving Day parade. I wonder how crazy they look as you’re walking. Photo from Shoewawa

WoodPunk Shoes

WoodPunk Shoes

I found these handmade, sickness studded ankle boots and had to post them. They are made out of leather and are individually hand-studded. They make me think of a punk Peter Pan. Photos from Etsy

Candyland

Candyland

Sarajevo designer Belma Arnautovi? created these shoes inspired by an edible world. She says they are completely wearable. We think not. Photos from Dezeen  

Prada Ad Campaign

Prada Ad Campaign

The Spring/Summer 2011 ad campaign for Prada is really well executed and the TV commercial is interesting (see below). But no matter what they do to them, buy information pills the shoes are still pretty unwearable. Photos from art8amby and fashioncraz

Is This The Future of Shoes?

Walking at the mall I saw this window display and thought it was post-worthy. These shoes are designed by Yomji Yamamoto. If this is the future of shoes, treatment things are not looking very bright for us.

Manly Floral Shoes

Manly Floral Shoes

Dr. Martens shoes made to match cheap hotel furniture, side effects Denny’s booths, and your grandma’s old curtains. What a bargain!!! Photos from Oki-ni