by Michelle Wilding in New Fashion on Friday 24 June 2011
Yes, indeed they’re real horse and goat hooves! German artist Iris Schieferstein specialises in creating very flamboyant boots and shoes made from a combination of deceased animal parts and other materials.
Janet Friday 24 June 2011
I like to flaunt ridiculous outfits. But this is a little too ridiculous for my taste. To each their own. Cheers!
Rick Friday 24 June 2011
Yes, pretty creepy. Might come in handy if you’re traveling to Narnia.
Monica Lidizzia Saturday 25 June 2011
Faux fashion shame
Roxy Friday 15 July 2011
Don’t listen to boring people:) This is really cool!
shealyn Thursday 12 January 2012
That is sick. and discusting considering horses were harmed and killed during the making 0f these and who would want to were something that was once alive, I own horses and could never even think of something like this. horses are as real as me and you they have there own minds and can cumunicate with eachother just like me and you. it is just like having shoes that were made from a persons actual foot. WOULD YOU WERE SHOES THAT WERE MADE FROM A HUMANS FOOT? Im pretty sure u would not were them and if you would u are as SICK and DISCUSTING as these boots are.that is just not right nd it is not humane.
neeraj Saturday 4 February 2012
firstly the article says ‘deceased’ so technically its the same as wearing leather shoes. And its quirky, kitschy and quite an innovative way of portraying death. Face it, if you can’t appreciate it dont hate. And secondly, nobody ‘weres’ shoes they ‘wear’ them.
brunet Monday 20 February 2012
“Quirky, Kitschy, and quite innovative?” Nope, just ridiculous. Extremely distasteful, and twice as as offensive as the Neeraj the spelling police. The maker and the poster should both be ashamed.
Banana Head Monday 2 July 2012
I’d like to see these on Camilla.
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