There’s a Buffalo Exchange store on West 26th Street just a few doors down from the yoga studio that I visit most Saturday afternoons. When I’m a bit early for class, I like to pop in and check out the recent acquisitions. This past Saturday, my eyes popped out of my head when I spotted these Hot Pink Patent Leather Spike Heels. Not only are they absolutely gorgeous, and in perfect condition — the soles look like they’ve never even touched the sidewalk — but they are a size 16! Wow! I can’t imagine who would give them up, but I am sure they will make some lucky drag queen very, very happy!
These boots combine the traditional technique of beadwork with modern fashion in an entirely contemporary way. To create them, artist Teri Greeves (Kiowa, Native American, born 1970), elaborately embellished the pair of high-heeled sneakers designed by Steve Madden with imagery significant to the Great Lakes tribes.
One side shows the tribes’ designs and the other, contemporary jingle-dress dancers who perform at powwows. Greeves’ innovative work connects her with the long tradition of female beadwork artists who fulfilled this important role within their culture.
Photo By Gail
After three hours of meticulously scouring the 2014 edition of the Frieze Art Fair, which took place this past weeked on Randall’s Island, NY, my feet felt very much like I had been wearing the shoes pictured above! Ouch!
Of the over 250 photos of art I shot during my visit on Sunday, this piece by Hans-Peter Feldmann, entitled Golden Shoes (exhibited in the Massimo Minini booth) is one of my favorite pieces from the show – and there were many, many favorites. Frieze 2014 is getting bit of a “Not That Great” rap this year from the reviews l’ve read so far, but I thought it was just amazing.
Watch for more photos from Frieze 2014 coming soon to Worleygig.com!
Please don’t eat these shoes! Creating works that are very similar to the art of contemporary sculptor Scott Hove, designer Chris Campbell has expertly painted and sculpturally enhanced dozens of pairs of Jimmy Choux shoes so that they appear to be decorated with the accoutrements of a fancy bakery cake! Apart from his light up shoes line-up from last fall, these are now my favorite. Clever and beautiful, but definitely not edible!
Chris sells his visually delectible creations at his own shop, The Shoe Bakery which appears to be located in Orlando Florida, but who knows. With prices that are very reasonable at just $60 for a pair of flats to $200 for the high heels – I’d say these are not only a fashion bargain but a unique investment for art collectors as well!
Read more and see additional photos of these deliciously collecitble shoes at This Link!
Thanks to Geoffrey for the Tip!
Rhinestone Platform Pumps With Custom Painted Skull Sole by Taylor Reeve for Etsy. Available Here.
Look, It Has Shoes on It.
Fancy Heels – Fluff Laptop Bag Features:
- Zippered laptop bag featuring eye-catching Retro Design
- Carrying Handles
- Heart-Shaped Zipper Pulls
- Padded case protects your laptop
- Straps secure laptop inside the bag
- Material: Easy to clean vinyl
- Design By Claudette Barjoud
- Size: 14-1/2″ x 11-1/2″ x 3-1/4″
Priced at just $31.95, there are onlya few left in stock so don’t wait too long! Visit This Link to purchase!
Shoe Images Courtesy of Styleite
Comic Con 2013 is going on this weekend at Jacob Javitts Center and everyone is getting in on the action, including designers of high fashion footwear! I found these shoes over at Styleite and figured you would enjoy seeing them here as well. If you’re at Comic Con and see anyone wearing shoes like this, please send your pics this way!
As we wrap up a fantastic Shark (Attack) Week, I must show off these Fierce Shark Attack High Heeled Shoes, which were submitted to The Gig by my cutting edge pal Karl! Thank You, Karl!
Shark Attack Pump Designed by Kobi Levi (Image Source)
Shark Attack On Your Feet!