posted by: shoesense in Shoe History Corner on June 29th, 2007
This week’s selection is less historical but nevertheless bound to be inscribed in the history of footwear. It belongs to a contemporary designer, Jared Steffensen, intent on bringing landscape into every conceivable design element–quite literally. Behold this bucolic scene:
Sure, they may not fit very well underneath the passenger seat in front of you on a plane, and it might be tricky to drive in them without squashing the tree. However, they’re easy to accessorize:
On second thoughts, maybe I’ll leave the landscaping to the professionals and…um…admire this at a distance!