ART Shoe Fleur

The spring/summer fashion season is here and shoes this season are unique. Bold colors will make them more dynamic than ever before. The editors at Vogue say decorative mules are going to be a big trend and  Louis Vuitton and Oscar de la Renta have  given the classic backless shoe a luxurious makeover. Jimmy Choo meanwhile is offering a satin sling-back evening sandal.

Fashion advisers recommend you have one pair of wild artistic shoes in your wardrobe this season. A great site for uncommon style is a fashion epidemic. That is where I found Michel Tcherevkoff who designs shoes that are dangerous, delicious and anything but demure. These are not your garden variety ready to wear . How about something exquisitely organic this summer? The natural choice in sophistication are Michels Shoe Fleur. They are outstanding in the field.

Extraordinary don’t you think?

Michel Tcherevkoff, Shoe Fleur

For an interview with the artist. click multimedia on the link above.

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8 Responses to ART Shoe Fleur

  1. jpgreenword says:

    Did you know that the sound “shoe fleur” in French means cauliflower? : )

  2. Paul says:

    Amazing. If my wife ever sees this — I’m in deep trouble…

  3. You have ALL the woman on this planet drooling over these artsy shoes. What an imagination. Thanks for sharing.

  4. Reblogged this on urbanperegrines and commented:
    This should jolly up anybody’s day today. Gorgeous.

  5. Cathy says:

    This is beautiful and fun art… the book looks great, and the store too. But where can I buy the actual shoes? ( 😉 )

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