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

22nd March 13
I have no idea who these are by, but they are perfect. Silver bullets for your feet.

I have no idea who these are by, but they are perfect. Silver bullets for your feet.

(via footwearartisan)

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.

22nd February 13
Stood too close to the fire. 

Stood too close to the fire. 

21st February 13
Alessandro Dell’acqua.
Decorating the front of a loafer is old news. Encrusting the back with a massive set of jewels that are so plentiful they have spread to your socks? That’s news.

Alessandro Dell’acqua.

Decorating the front of a loafer is old news. Encrusting the back with a massive set of jewels that are so plentiful they have spread to your socks? That’s news.

(Source: mcqueenadillo)

25th November 12
Edward Green.
It’s unusual to see a brogued shoe like this without laces. But this marries the loafer and brogue aesthetics beautifully together on a luggage-brown vegetable tanned leather. I love the burnished toe, too. 
If you’re not familiar with the English brand Edward Green, but are a fan of beautiful men’s shoes, go here and enjoy the wonder.

Edward Green.

It’s unusual to see a brogued shoe like this without laces. But this marries the loafer and brogue aesthetics beautifully together on a luggage-brown vegetable tanned leather. I love the burnished toe, too. 

If you’re not familiar with the English brand Edward Green, but are a fan of beautiful men’s shoes, go here and enjoy the wonder.

23rd November 12
Esquivel. Artificial brogues. 

Esquivel. Artificial brogues. 

(via shoelust)

18th October 12
Pleats.

Pleats.

16th October 12

Fantich and Young. The art duo has made a pair of shoes that create such a visceral viewing experience, I cannot help but shiver every time I see them. Just imagining the feeling of these makes my jaw and spine tingle and I have to shake it off. 

10th October 12
Daniele Michetti. 
Spiky bits.

Daniele Michetti. 

Spiky bits.

(via shoelust)

7th October 12
Phillip Lim.
Gladiatorial Autumn shoes. 

Phillip Lim.

Gladiatorial Autumn shoes.