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It’s All About Shoes (Revised Edition)


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An homage to the shoe as an iconic object and statement piece With a foreword by Alexandra Fullerton, stylist, writer, and

Glamour UK’s Fashion Director-at-large
For fashion designers, cultural researchers, street style fans, and

anyone looking for creative inspiration for their own personal style

New in this edition: interviews with renowned shoe designers

Artikelnummer: 978­3­96171­399­8 Categorieën: , , , Tag:
Verwacht: 31 augustus 2022

Every single morning, fashionistas around the world choose the one special creation that transforms the sidewalk into a catwalk and their outfit into a statement: the right pair of shoes.

Sneakers, pumps, ballet flats, loafers, boots, and sandals all create their own world of trendy pieces, rich in references, codes, clues, and a whole lot of fun. In It’s All About Shoes, street style photo­ grapher Suzanne Middlemass showcases a variety of beautiful, or even odd, but definitely interesting shoes that she captured in the world’s leading fashion hubs.

In Paris, Milan, New York, London, Berlin, and Copen­ hagen, she scouted out both global and local trends, and spoke with big­name shoe designers about where they get their inspiration, and how they create styles that are as sustainable as possible.


After graduating from the prestigious London College of Communication, UAL, Suzanne Middlemass was hired by Condé Nast in the late 2000s and since then has been commissioned for her street style and backstage photography by high­end fashion and lifestyle magazines like VOGUE, Elle, and GQ. She has also worked alongside international fashion brands such as Furla, Havaiana shoes, Roxanne First, and Thom Sweeney. Most recently, her work was selected to be part of an international exhibition that show­ cases the works of an exclusive group of 50 Women Street Photographers.

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