Tuesday, May 17, 2011

LEG-GO Stilettos

Part of Finn Stone‘s new collection, the LEG-GO Stilettos are new for Spring 2011, and will be made in an edition of 12.

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Friday, May 6, 2011

Miao & Blow Pump Shoes

Kobi Levi is graduated from Bezalel academy of art & design, Jerusalem 2001. Specialize in footwear design and development. Working as a freelance designer. Collaborating with both Israeli and international companies, currently working on his women shoe line in Tel-Aviv, Israel. Designed commercial footwear in both Italy, China and Brazil.

Tuesday, March 2, 2010

Metal Pump

Here is a life size high heel shoe that i made with some left over sheet metal. Took about 8 hours of welding and grinding... but well worth the effort.

Monday, October 26, 2009

Stiletto Stool by Alexandre Boucher

The stiletto heel, other wise known as the 3+ inch tapered peg has become synonymous with high fashion. That style awareness could be extended to furniture and thus you have the High Heel Stool which I like to call the stiletto stool. The cushioned seat is supported by an impression of one large high heel. The stool itself is made of polyethylene and leather available in black, red and orange. The contrast made with the black “heel” and the transparent cylinder gives you the impression of it being near impossible to sit on without falling over.

High Heel On Pillow Jewelry Box

The High Heel On Pillow Jewelry Box beautifully stores your jewelry. Each gold-plated hinged box features a gold high-heeled pump covered in clear crystals sitting atop a ruby red enameled tufted "pillow" with gold "tassels" at the corners. An antique red enamel interior completes this elegant display.
The High Heel On Pillow Jewelry Box measures 2L x 2W x 2H inches.http://www.musicboxes.com/trinket-boxes/fashion-accessories/highheelonpillowtrinketbox.cfm#tabs

Wednesday, August 19, 2009

Beyonce addicted to high heels

The singer has recently admitted that she loves wearing high heels so much that she has become and addict: “I love those super-high shoes that are out at the moment. I’m addicted.” She also says that she likes going to photo shoots simply because there are so many free shoes: “I have been doing loads of photo shoots and they have all this stuff straight off the runway and this past few weeks there have been loads. I love a high heel.” Why, given her commercial success would she go to the trouble of going to a photo shoot for the free footwear when she can just buy her own factory? It’s good to see the world always makes so much sense.

Saturday, July 25, 2009

Speed Walking In The Lamborghini Fashionable Womens High Heels

These Lamborghini Gallardo pumps were a design idea of Modo illustrator Tim Cooper and were meant to represent a future product for Tonino Lamborghini.

The designs were based on the work of Gallardo Superleggera. Although interesting, I can’t see these high heels being used as formal footwear. Perhaps if you’re attending a car show, you might want to sport something with a car theme, but outside of that, I would think these would get limited use.

The new high heels were to include carbon fiber heels but for now, the product has been shelved and this remains a conceptual design.


Wallpaper Svärmor - for all shoe lovers

Lisa Bengtsson ha presentato la sua seconda creazione, “Svärmor”, “suocera” in svedese, che si ispira alla passione che quasi ogni donna e moltissimi uomini hanno per le scarpe femminili.

Shoe Shaped Tub

Available from SICIS for $30,000, Italian designer Massimiliano Della Monaca has created the ultimate in luxury for women to indulge their shoe fetish—mosaic-tiled bathtubs shaped like high heels. The baths are all decorated in an elaborate glass mosaic style.


High Tide Heels

Known as High Tide Heels, they combine the elegance of stiletto heels with the swimming speed of flippers. They could provide a fashionable alternative for sun-seekers who don't want the hassle of changing footwear every time they cool off with dip in the sea.
But don't expect to see thousands of tourists ditching their flip flops and sandals in favour of High Tide Heels this year. The shoes were created by the Belgian artist Paul Schietekat for an exhibition in 2006, and there are not thought to be any plans to release them commercially.

Monday, July 20, 2009

Miu Miu Multicolor Purple Suede Pumps

Miu Miu Multicolor Brown Capretto Pump

Tea Time

High Heel Cake Server
This sleek stainless steel cake server slices pies, tarts, cakes, and mousses cleanly and in high style, while offering itself up a surefire conversation piece. Our high heel cake server is a perfect present. $21.00

Ladies, it’s tea time!
Make yourself look elegant with this high hell cake and pie server. It is designed by Wild Eye Designs. The removable magnetic heel is also easy to clean up. There are three different colour available, which are pink, red or black. Each high heel cake server is $15.99.

Thursday, April 30, 2009

ItalianHeels 2009 Spring/Summer Collection

New styles also with 6 inch stiletto high heels sandals, pumps, slippers, boots... gorgeous!

Wednesday, April 2, 2008

Bela Borsodi Foot Fetish


Stiletto Ringholders

These victorian-style ringholders are shaped like high-heels, and are adorned with sparkling rhinestones and laced ribbons. These whimsical pumps each keep up to five rings safe and stylishly displayed. A perfect holiday gift for anyone!

Stiletto Shoe Chair

Tiger print version. This chair was found on a flee market in New York, September 2007.
Quirky and fun chair shaped as a stiletto shoe. Will certainly be a talking point among your peers. Comes in red and black, zebra print, leopard or tiger print.
Full height: 99 cm
Seat height: 45 cm
Width: 51 cm
Depth: 51 cm

Wine on Heels

Tom de Rooy

High Heel Cake


Stained glass pattern for high heels

High Heeled Sandals, Stained glass pattern for high heels.

High Heel Paris by Jennifer Matla

High Heels Paris - 20 x 25 cm, Fine Art Print by Matla Jennifer

High Heel Race

A woman puts on a high-heeled shoe during a high-heel race in St.Petersburg July 21, 2007. Some 100 women took part in the race wearing high-heeled shoes with a required minimum height of 9 centimetres (3.5 inches) to compete for a shopping voucher worth 50,000 roubles (about 2000 U.S. dollars). (Reuters Photo)

High Heel Motorcycle


Sculptor Bruce Gray with his 6 foot tall red high heel shoe sculpture

Sculptor Bruce Gray stands next to his giant nearly 6 foot tall glossy red high heel fetish shoe sculpture. This sculpture was fabricated by hand in steel and painted with high quality automotive paints. This unique sculpture is the largest in Bruce's series of high heel shoe sculptures, and is currently available at $25,000. Bruce's shoe sculptures have become world famous, and can be seen in the new film "Raise Your Voice." The giant red shoe sculpture appeared in several episodes of TV's "Charmed" on the WB network, and also in the book Sex Design. (70"x60"x26")

High heels, charm and seduction

To please the eyes of the greedy shoesaholic there’s an ummissable exhibition in Vigevano (Pavia). Set in the old castle, the perfect frame for such beautiful creatures, the exhibition is dedicated to high heels, a passion for girls and a feticism for some men. Definitely a weapon of masses distraction since they first appeared, 3500 years ago. «Il tacco a spillo. Fascino e seduzione» ( High heels, charm and seduction) opened in February and you still have just a few days to visit it, till March 25th.
You will find shoes from the early 50s until nowdays. Sorry, you can not try em on but you can surely dream of them, for days and days.
From haute couture ones until retro and eclectic models you will be able to see what a pair of high heels can do, as Marliyn Monroe said: “I don’t know who invented high heels, but all women owe him a lot”.
So get ready, and don’t forget your shoes!

Thighboot Fashion At The Metropolitan Museum of Art in NYC

His location, near the Pigalle red-light district, perhaps helps to explain the design of these boots. They do not appear to be made for the stage, as their soles—original—are only lightly worn. They are also not of any fashionable style of the 1920s. In fact, they are most similar to late-nineteenth-century designs. While the exaggeratedly high and narrowed heel suggests a detail originating in the fetish community, the uppers appear to be cobbled from the conventional design of a Belle Epoque boot but with the addition of another panel to extend it over the thigh.

Although The Costume Institute collection comprises fashionable examples of dress and accessories from the last three centuries, an exception was made for these fetish boots, with their extremely high and tapered heels. The boots anticipate by at least a decade the stiletto heels of postwar fashion and illustrate the incorporation of designs originating from a world of highly specialized and esoteric tastes into the larger, ostensibly more normative, culture. The tendency of fashion to co-opt taboo and exotic elements from other periods, cultures, or, as in this instance, the demimonde, is one strategy employed for its constant reinvigoration."