Show off your true shoe love with a book dedicated to the man who revolutionized how we shop for shoes and the styles we want to wear.
Manolo Blahnik’s sense of humor and whimsy abounds in this small volume.
The Shoe Book, by Nancy MacDonell, covers the big trends in footwear fashion.
Penned by Mr. Louboutin, this book is as much a piece of art as the red-soled sculptural heels of the designer.
First published in 1967 this little book will show your retro fashion knowledge with the sage advice of Edith Head. (And you’re guaranteed to get a good chuckle too.)
The museum catalogue from the wildly popular show will show your love for shoes as an art form (and anthropological study.)
If your living room lacks color, turn to Kate Spade for a boost.
While this isn’t your conventional coffee table book, the fanciful illustrations by Seymour Chwast are as much a conversation starter as anything, and shouldn’t a good book start a good chat?
A newly minted updated from the 2002 book, includes a foreword written by Anna Wintour. The lush photos from Mario Testino to Annie Leibovitz are easy to get lost in.