The very same technology that gave us the Headless Woman at the State Fair now brings us, um, “invisible shoes”:
Native to Sao Paulo, Brazil, shoe-lady Andreia Chaves derives inspiration from the chaos and structure of her hometown, and visual puns from the likes of Maison Martin Margiela, Rei Kawakubo, Yohji Yamamoto, and Issey Miyake. What this means in plainsmen terms is this: These are shoes that will freak people out. Yes, we know that her “invisible shoe” is basically a wedge made of mirrors, and looks about as comfortable as the inside of Steve Buscemi’s mouth, but there’s really nothing that says “I’m a fashionista” like showing up at a party with your feet gone AWOL.
I have a feeling the Style Rookie would wear these in a minute, probably with Miu Miu.
(Via the Fug Girls.)