Simple or colorful, with heels or without….shoes are an important part of our everyday wear. Each season the designers offer new, sometimes even shocking designs of shoes. Fast growing technological developments in fashion leave a mark on the shoe industry too. Designers continuously seek ways to create sustainable and technologically sophisticated prototypes of shoes of the future.
In this post I have summarized the most interesting shoe designs I recently came across. 3-D printed shoes, boots from fire hose, shoes with interchangeable heels or boots with 21“ long upturned toe are the confirmation that the industry is in constant dynamic move and can still surprise us with original concepts.
Ammonite by Fernando Romero
Ammonite by Fernando Romero is one of the five 3D-printed shoe designs presented during the architectural shoe exhibition ‘Re-Inventing shoes’ in Milan design week 2015 organized by United Nude and 3D Systems Corporation.
Sagion Socialite Shoes
Ancient Vietnamese wood crafting art Pagoda translated into a modern wearable art. It takes 18 days to make a pair of these shoes. No two pairs are alike.
Comme des Garçons Homme Plus
These are one of the most ridiculous shoes I have ever seen. Guarachero Boots with 21“ long upturned pointed toe by Comme des Garçons Homme Plus S/S2015.
Fire Hose Boots
According the industrial designer Dorian Koelmans the best way to reuse a discarded fire hose is to make boots out of it.
Volvorii High Tech Shoes
One pair of shoe that matches all outfits! Volvorii high tech shoes change the pattern/color with the click of an App!
A broken heel is no longer an issue thanks to designer Tanya Heath’s revolutionary invention – shoes with interchangeable heels! Now, we can change the style and the height of the heel with the push of a button!
This is it for this time. Don’t forget to let me know you opinion in a comment bar below! Till next week!