The Paris METRO is always a good place to steal shoe shots.Or just window shopping late at night...
I spotted a decorative Indian pillow case and decided it would make a good espadrille.When the orders piled in, the problem was where to find more of the same mirrored Indian pillowcases.
The shoe company had offices in Florence (a palazzo on the Arno) and Alicante, Spain, so it was a constant diet of pasta, paella and shoes. Tough choices.
I'm still keeping my eyes open for new shoe trends and details. I spotted this sign in a Marais shoe shop last trip for "BRONX" shoes.
Paris feet, at the 2006 art show in the Jardins du Luxembourg.
And I'm not just talking chocolate shoes by Jean-Paul Hevin either.