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SHOES
+ Paris Streets

+ Paris Streets

Who knows where she got her 3/4 trench. But billowing behind her like a batman cape just outside Cafe Charlot, it looks “gangstah” with her platforms detailed in gold.
+ united nude, brussels

+ united nude, brussels

What happens when romance meets Clark’s shoe-making dynasty? Well in 2003, UNITED NUDE happened. The company explains that the name is derived “from the fact that products evolve from international teams in an open way with direct recognition.” Starting with the Möbius shoe, Rem D Koolhaas in cahoots with Galahad Clark have gone on to...
+ we are still freezing

+ we are still freezing

Today is 0 degrees in Berlin, 6 in Paris, 5 in New York. (Let’s not discuss Tel Aviv, Los Angeles, or Barcelona). Warsaw is minus 6. Ladies and gentlemen are still desperately running to the stores for fur lined shoes and boots. We all concur: frozen-off toeless-feet aren’t so conducive to walking. But don’t despair,...
+ MBFW - In the Tent II

+ MBFW – In the Tent II

That is correct, chromed out shoes.
+ Wingtip Brogue Boots

+ Wingtip Brogue Boots

Supposedly there’s no brand like Portuguese shoe brand Nobrand. And am I a sucker for classic black ankle-high boots? Definitely.
+ broguein

+ broguein

Brogueing or perforations refer to punched holes in shoes. They are originally thought to have started in Scotland where the holes allowed water to drain out of the shoes when the wearer crossed wet boggy terrain. Nowadays, they are used just as a decoration and to highlight, particularly in the Brogue, which is a style...