Would you eat bacon shoes? Would you eat red-bean rice shoes? Better still, lick ice-cream sundae shoes?
The model question here is, has everything in the fashion innovation world been exhausted?
Tokio Kumagai (1947-1987) first produced his Shoes To Eat (Taberu Kutsu) series in 1982 reviving Elsa Schiaparelli’s trompe l’oeil technique from the 1030s.
Obviously, these shoes are not edible; they were created using Japanese plastic food-sample production methods, but darn! These shoes are inventive.
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