Shoes: A Celebration of Pumps, Sandals, Slippers & More

Linda O'Keeffe (Author)
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Description

The Marabou Mule. The Chanel toe. Jackie O's pump. Marilyn's stiletto. And lotus shoes and fetish shoes, shoes made for coronations and inaugurations, Cinderella's slipper, shoes of tulle, brocade, rhinestone, python, fish scales, and feathers, and much, much, more, including the two-foot-high wooden chopines of the 16th century and their resurgence as the platform shoes of the 1960s and 1970s.

Shoes, now with over 357,000 copies in print, is an obsessive, over-the-top extravaganza-chunky, full-color, and irresistible, it contains page after page of seductive photographs and information about women's shoes.

Created for the woman who's a passionate shoe lover-and what woman isn't?--Shoes features over 1,000 glorious photographs, most of them taken for the book. Includes Footnotes (fascinating facts about shoes); Foot Soldiers (profiles of master shoemakers from David Little to Andrea Pfister); and The Shoe that Left an Imprint, focusing on one shoe that changed history-remember Courrage's futuristic go-go boot? Shoes is, as they say, to die for.

Product Details

Price
$13.95
Publisher
Workman Publishing
Publish Date
January 12, 1996
Pages
507
Dimensions
6.05 X 1.22 X 4.02 inches | 1.03 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9780761101147
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About the Author

Linda O'Keeffe is a distinguished design writer and editor who has been working in design for over three decades, including sixteen years as the creative director of Metropolitan Home magazine. She currently lectures, moderates panels, contributes to a variety of shelter and architecture publications, and appears regularly on radio and television design programs. She is the author of many books, including Shoes: A Celebration of Pumps, Sandals, Slippers & More; Stripes: Design Between the Lines; Heart and Home: Rooms That Tell Stories.