Shoes, a mini history: Answers to quiz

In frog perspective1970’s Platform shoes. Do they belong to Bianca Jagger? We think so!

1964, Driving shoes or moccasins. You should buy Tod’s, in our opinion.

1950, Stiletto pumps from a Sophia Loren Fan.

1943, Bobby socks & saddle shoes—a detailed study of high school students’ footwear at Woodrow Wilson High School in Washington, D.C. Photographs by Esther Bubley archived at the Library of Congress.(via)

1930’s Fashion (via)

1922, Cow shoes, a moonshiner’s shoe designed to leave cow hoof tracks rather than footprints to mislead the police. (via)

Roberto Cavalli Home Collection

Buyaahh! Roberto Cavalli presented his first Home/Casa Collection!
“Unique products inspired by the Roberto Cavalli style, long since applied in the interior of his own homes, his yachts, boutiques and clubs. Fantasy, memories of a journey, a dream, a passion for beauty—each a source of inspiration for the creation of unique objects and environments.” (