Sport shoes by Christian Lacroix
Pair of women's lace-up sports shoes of cemented construction with round toe and platform sole/heel. The shoes consist of bright pink synthetic uppers with contrasting white seam stitching, featuring a clear plastic vamp from toe cap to outside counter, with gold metallic eyelets on the outside, top edge is in pink, the facing and backstrap are in metallic gold synthetic fabric.
Platform sandals designed by Yohji Yamamoto for Adidas
In 2000 Yamamoto collaborated with sportswear label Adidas. The products of this collaboration, while dramatically different from the couture-like garments created for his eponymous label, feature characteristics of Yamamoto's fashion sensibility - the use of monochrome colours and inventive styles that draw on traditional Japanese forms. This pair of platform Geta-style sandals is a significant example of Yamamoto's footwear collection designed for Adidas.
Womens sandals designed by Yohji Yamamoto for Adidas
This pair of sandals was designed by Yohji Yamamoto (born 1943) for Adidas. Yamamoto received a law degree before studying fashion at Bunka College of Fashion. He established his business in Tokyo in 1972, and in 1981 established his company in France and opened a boutique in Paris.
Pair of womens sandals by Tom Ford for Yves Saint Laurent Rive Gauche
Sandals (pair), part of evening outfit, womens, designed by Tom Ford for Yves Saint Laurent Rive Gauche, France / Italy, Autumn / Winter 2001. Pair of sandals made of black leather. The sandals have a platform sole, high heel and the vamp is made up of plaited leather.
Pair of womens shoes by Tom Ford for Yves Saint Laurent Rive Gauche
Shoes, velvet / leather, designed by Tom Ford for Yves Saint Laurent Rive Gauche, France, / made in Italy, 2002 One pair of black velvet high heeled 'Roman sandal' inspired shoes with leather lacing and wooden heels.
Pair of womens shoes by Marni
This pair of dark brown leather shoes with cream trim were designed by Marni of milan and are part of a collection of Australian and international designer clothing, shoes and bags from the personal wardrobe of Catherine Martin.
Shoes and packaging by Mambo Graphics
The shoes and packaging are significant in terms of its design and cultural meaning. Mambo is a Sydney based company which produces graphics, screen printed fabrics and a range of clothing. Characterised by bright colours, quirky imagery and an irreverent sense of humour, the Mambo style uses the imagery of popular culture and parodies aspects of the Australian landscape and way of life.
Pair of womens shoes by Manolo Blahnik
Manolo Blahnik is a leading shoe designer who has been based in London since the 1970s. Noted for their sinuous and refined lines, Blahnik's playful and glamourous shoes have influenced women's footwear and achieved cult status around the world, most notably in the 1990s through the American television series 'Sex and the City'. These purple silk stilettoes with a paste diamante buckle are typical of his ultra-feminine designs.
Pair of mens shoes by Paciotti 4US
Cesare Paciotti is an Italian company that produces shoes and accessories. The label is known for its stylish and sophisticated designs and for its sexy advertising. Paciotti 4US is the Paciotti label for younger, hipper, more sporty designs which can be seen in these shoes which have a 'sneaker'-look about them.These shoes were owned and used by Paul Jellard (d 2002) a Sydney based fashion retailer who opened the ground breaking boutique 'Five Way Fusion' in Paddington.
Shoes by Prada worn by Catherine Martin
This pair of shoes in glossy black leather and vamp dipped in red rubber was designed and made by Prada, Milan. They are part of a collection of Australian and international designer clothing, shoes and bags from the personal wardrobe of Catherine Martin.
Mens black leather shoes made by Jil Sander
Jil Sander (b 1943) studied textiles and started her career as a fashion journalist in America and Germany. She opened her first boutique in Hamburg in 1968 and showed her first collection in 1973. Her company was converted to a public corporation in 1989 and in 1999 it was purchased by Prada. In 2003 she returned to take control of Jil Sander and produced a ready to wear collection for spring/summer 2004.