Time for another behind-the-scenes shoe video! The latest production diary from forthcoming shoe doc God Save My Shoes features one of our favorite
Did you know there was an entire museum dedicated to footwear? Well, there is, in Toronto of all places. In the latest "Production Diary" from forthcoming documentary God Save My Shoes--the same people who brought us inside the Vogue shoe closet and studios of designers like Christian Louboutin and Manolo Blahnik take us inside the BATA Shoe Museum. The museum boasts a collection of over 10,000 shoes spanning 4,500 years, according to its website. Here, we learn a little bit about the history of the high heel. Enjoy!
Manolo Blahnik is easily one of the most famous shoe designers in the world. Since Carrie Bradshaw made him a household name, Blahnik's elegant footw
The latest in a series of "production diaries" from the forthcoming documentary God Save My Shoes takes us inside the studio of the iconic Christian Louboutin. He doesn't say much, but we're satisfied with the quick tour of his gorgeous Paris studio with cobblers cobbling and multiple shoe close-ups. It's a visual feast. Enjoy! And check out last week's tour of Vogue's shoe closet--it's amaze.
God Save My Shoes is the long-awaited documentary about the relationship between women and their shoes. If that sounds a bit cheesy, well, it might be, but upon seeing some of the footage from the film, we realized they got some really good stuff. There are interviews with Christian Louboutin, Manolo Blahnik, Walter Steiger, Pierre Hardy, Bruno Frisoni, and Robert Clergerie, as well as shoe-obsessed celebs like Fergie and Dita Von Teese (Coco must not have been available). The film is set to premiere in Paris during fashion week, but for now, check out this production diary which takes you inside the infamous Vogue shoe closet.