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  • footprint

    Anything can be a shoe. The history of shoes in fashion at the MoMu in Antwerp, Belgium. Last days of the exhibition Footprint, until 14|02|2016.

  • roman holiday

    Autumn break in Rome. Once again, a great opportunity to go window shopping.

  • shopper’s paradise

    Think big with Moschino.

  • window shopping

    It's always an adventure to go window shopping. The reflections in the windows challenge me to find the right angle to photograph it. One of my favourites is at Dior, at the corner of Via dei Condotti, Rome, reflecting the Spanish Steps.
  • 12 shoes for 12 lovers

    New York-based Chilean designer Sebastian Errazuriz made 12 shoes inspired by 12 ex-lovers. This one is called Jetsetter/Jessica. Find out more and see the other 11 shoes on My Modern Met.

  • geology of shoes

    Today I stepped into the world of traditional shoemaking. I loved the concept and the craftsmanship of Barbora Veselá. She layers pieces of leather like layers of eroded sediment, with a colour scheme influenced by old geological maps. Her shoes are an instant must-have and a definite must-see. So, sit back, relax and watch Geology…

  • dior aw13

    Autumn/Winter collection at Dior, Piazza di Spagna, Roma.  

  • playful wedding

    I've always been a Lego fan, so, this dress made me smile! From the category: design over function. Japanese artist Rie Hosakai of Daisy Balloon made a new wedding dress version for the charity exhibit Tokyo Piece of Peace, part 3. This time the wedding dress is made out of Lego bricks instead of balloons.