Attended an exhibition Shoes for Show: The Sculptural Art of High Heels at the gallery in the Brick Lane, London.
The shoes constructed for their beauty and for their function. Had an opportunity to see the shoes from various catwalks by Nicholas Kirkwood and Vivienne Westwood (the collaborative process between fashion designer and footwear designer or in-house designs), couture by Nicholas Kirkwood (couture clients or stage, collaboration between designer and customer) and innovative ones by Sophia Grace Webster (the past and the future of shoe designs)! Loved it! My favourites are, definitely, those of Christian Louboutin, Nicholas Kirkwood, McQueen and Christian Dior!
If you didn't have an opportunity to explore the exhibition, you still have a chance to take a glance at these masterpieces of the footwear! Enjoy... 

 Christian Louboutin for English National Ballet, 2011



 Sophia Grace Webster for Manolo Blahnik "Babylon" Project, 2009

 Turkish Bath Shoes, 1890s


 Gareth Pugh for Pitti Emmagine, 2011

Nicholas Kirkwood "Alice in Wonderland Heels", 2010

 Princess Amneris Gold Atlas Sandals, designed by Rupert Sanderson for the Royal Opera House London, 2010

 Christian Louboutin for Rodarte, A/W 2008


Nicholas Kirkwood for Meadham Kirchhoff, S/S 2012


Roger Vivier for Christian Dior, 1957

Terry de Havilland for Agent Provocateur, 2009


 Prada, S/S 2008


 Miniature McQueen Armadillo, Metropolitan Museum of Art

Christian Dior, Spring 2008 Couture



 Attended an exhibition Shoes for Show: The Sculptural Art of High Heels at the gallery in the Brick Lane, London.
The shoes constructed for their beauty and for their function. Had an opportunity to see the shoes from various catwalks by Nicholas Kirkwood and Vivienne Westwood (the collaborative process between fashion designer and footwear designer or in-house designs), couture by Nicholas Kirkwood (couture clients or stage, collaboration between designer and customer) and innovative ones by Sophia Grace Webster (the past and the future of shoe designs)! Loved it! My favourites are, definitely, those of Christian Louboutin, Nicholas Kirkwood, McQueen and Christian Dior!
If you didn't have an opportunity to explore the exhibition, you still have a chance to take a glance at these masterpieces of the footwear! Enjoy... 

 Christian Louboutin for English National Ballet, 2011



 Sophia Grace Webster for Manolo Blahnik "Babylon" Project, 2009

 Turkish Bath Shoes, 1890s


 Gareth Pugh for Pitti Emmagine, 2011

Nicholas Kirkwood "Alice in Wonderland Heels", 2010

 Princess Amneris Gold Atlas Sandals, designed by Rupert Sanderson for the Royal Opera House London, 2010

 Christian Louboutin for Rodarte, A/W 2008


Nicholas Kirkwood for Meadham Kirchhoff, S/S 2012


Roger Vivier for Christian Dior, 1957

Terry de Havilland for Agent Provocateur, 2009


 Prada, S/S 2008


 Miniature McQueen Armadillo, Metropolitan Museum of Art

Christian Dior, Spring 2008 Couture


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