Shoe Pr0n

Classic shapes, repulsive beauty and stunning creativity in footwear.

Welcome to Shoe Pr0n.

You won't find any dainty strappy numbers, flip flops, or gladiator sandals here. If you think Uggs or Crocs are acceptable forms of footwear, we probably won't get along. There are a million shoe blogs out there, but as this one is curated by me it is obviously going to be full of fabulous things.

Archive

23rd February 13
Miista.
The hidden platform inside the boot is the only reason you could walk in this. See the slight shadow of a heel shape on the red leather? I suspect there is a built up internal wedge, otherwise the lack of flexibility in the heady platform would make it impossible to do anything short of shuffle.

Miista.

The hidden platform inside the boot is the only reason you could walk in this. See the slight shadow of a heel shape on the red leather? I suspect there is a built up internal wedge, otherwise the lack of flexibility in the heady platform would make it impossible to do anything short of shuffle.

30th December 12

Mesh and Neon.

(Source: shoelust)

29th November 12
Sigerson Morrison. 
A simple detail like the higher, cornered back piece elevates this bootie from meh to unique. 

Sigerson Morrison. 

A simple detail like the higher, cornered back piece elevates this bootie from meh to unique. 

13th November 12
Acne. Now I can’t wait for a rainy day. 

Acne.
Now I can’t wait for a rainy day. 

(via ashoeaday)

19th October 12

Liam Fahy and Sarah Angold.

The space age collaboration of a London-based designer and a French jewelry designer has resulted in these beautiful, glowing wedges. Practical? No, you’ll chip them right away. Do I care? Not particularly. They look amazing.

(Source: shoelust)

30th September 12
Theyskens double wedge. Up and up.

Theyskens double wedge. Up and up.

27th August 12

Louboutin.

Perfectly reasonable riding boots.

(Source: lou-boutin, via haveashoegasmwithme)

20th March 12
Pringle of Scotland. Ripping apart.

Pringle of Scotland. Ripping apart.

(Source: statementshoes)

15th December 11

Carol Christian Poell.

Crunchy and crushable. 

(Source: shoelust)

11th December 11
Beautiful craftsmanship from the late 1910s, early 1920s. 

Beautiful craftsmanship from the late 1910s, early 1920s. 

(Source: ornamentedbeing, via burnerfashion)