Classic Italian shoe brands displayed their love of the craft.
Presented in a Milanese cafe, the shoes were shown on silver salvers proferred by some equally delectable wait staff.
Hint: it made for a very cozy week.
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“I’m not precious with my work; it’s about experimentation,” said Cordella.
Dressy shoes will never go out of style.
Mink interiors and crocodile stamped leather are among the luxe treatments.
Cattelan is known for his satirical sculptures, including one titled “La Nona Ora” that depicts Pope John Paul II being struck down by a meteorite.
The Italian footwear label will unveil a micro collection in February during Milan Fashion Week.