Have you ever thought how much fashion is at the service of human whims? Just think “I’d like a shoe hat”, and here’s Elsa Schiapparelli. Or a fig leaf covering your body? Here you are served by one of the most intriguing creations of the designer Dion Lee. It doesn’t take much, just thinking about things you never thought about.
We at WAIT! we therefore decided to create a virtual place (always updated!) with the most absurd shoes ever seen in the history of fashion. Between fetishes, which bring the shoe closer to the limit between the erotic and the wearable, and various extravagances, such as the hat shoe, we have selected the most incredible creations:
Tabi Boots, Maison Margiela:
The Tabi are very famous, for anyone who understands fashion they are a must have. They debuted in 1988, together with their creator, Margiela and over the years have been reinterpreted with different patterns and motifs. The peculiarity of these shoes is the way in which they separate the big toe from the rest of the toes, blending the imagery of the shoe between the erotic and the animal, making the shoe resemble an animal hoof.
Toe-Dividing Stilettos, Alexander McQueen:
Like a cast of a statue, this McQueen creation adapts to the foot, giving a glimpse of the shape of the underlying toes. In reality, as can be seen from the shoe, it is only an optical effect. But the material of which they are made, the leather, once again confirms the designer’s intentions: the shoe does not exist and is only a second skin of the foot.
Erotic Shoes, Vivienne Westwood & Adreas Kronthaler:
These shoes are more of a work of art, made by the two successful lovers and stylists Vivienne Westwood and Andreas Kronthaler. The shoe, which on the heel has two simple poms with, from the back could look like a simple black décolleté, but in reality, at the tip it reveals a male sexual organ. Perhaps to reflect on the eroticism that a female shoe and a woman’s foot can cause in a man’s mind?
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