posted by: jitterbugbaby in This week in shoes on October 15th, 2007
Well, last week in shoes, more accurately. But still, here are some of the interesting news item round ups in the footwear world.
Ever wish you had brought a second pair of shoes to change into after a night out dancing when your shoes have made life a painful thing? Well, good news for you. Here’s a pair of collapsible shoes for easy carrying that can relieve your sore footsies at the end of the night.
If you want to go look at a shoe history museum exhibition, head up to the MFA in Boston for Walk This Way, here reviewed in the MIT Tech.Wondering where you can pick up a new pair of authentic handmade klompen? Look no further than this Michigan shoemaker.
If you’re anywhere near me, fall has officially fallen upon us. Here are some tips on office-friendly footwear as things cool down.
Samsonite is branching out to make a line of shoes, (which apparently is going to be manufactured in India). Seeing as how they’ve recently come up with a really beautiful and stylish line of luggage (the black label stuff, if you’re curious), I’m intrigued to see what shoes they bring out.
And if you’re paying attention to the sneaker world, here’s a firsthand review of the new Legacy X Nintendo 2007 Mario shoe.
Here’s the Guardian’s take on the upcoming fetish-inspired season of shoes we just saw in Paris (aptly entitled “Don’t Walk this Way).
Et voila. A quick summary of last week’s shoe news.