Social shoes

The canonical Explanation of Social Media, up until now, has involved donuts: on Twitter, you’d see “I’m eating a #donut,” while on LinkedIn, it’s more likely to be “My skills include donut eating.”

Now I like donuts as much as the next guy, maybe more if the next guy has an impacted sweet tooth, but I don’t write about them very much. By comparison:

The shoes, incidentally, are by Gianvito Rossi, stand 4.3 inches high, and run $1135; they’re from the ’14 Cruise collection.

Ms Mallet came to Zindigo from Neiman Marcus, where she was the senior fashion director.

(Via @PatriotsOfMars, whom you may know under another name or two.)

5 comments

  1. Tatyana »

    20 September 2014 · 2:15 pm

    …or, rather, Caviar Socialist’ shoes

  2. CGHill »

    20 September 2014 · 2:43 pm

    Although it takes a proper capitalist or a conniving socialist to afford them.

  3. Tatyana »

    20 September 2014 · 2:54 pm

    I guess, “caviar” = “conniving”
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gauche_caviar

  4. Georganna Hancock (@GLHancock) »

    20 September 2014 · 7:42 pm

    Jeez, what ugly shoes! This comment from a woman who once had a pair of lucite FMs.

  5. CGHill »

    20 September 2014 · 7:48 pm

    The mind boggles at that particular mental image.

    [excuses self to indulge in boggling]

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