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Category Archives: Reviews
‘Boots are made for talking, about who we are’ Review of Virginia Postrel’s Article for Bloomberg View
In April this year a group of American social psychologists published a study entitled Shoes as a Source of First Impressions. The study, conducted by the University of Kansas and Wellesley College, aimed to prove that people can make accurate assumptions about … Continue reading
It was with interest and somewhat horrified fascination that I read Claudia Croft’s interview with Christian Louboutin in the Sunday Times Style Magazine (16th October 2011). As a podiatrist with an interest in footwear from clinical and research perspectives, the … Continue reading
LBD Little Black Dress Exhibition at the Civic, Barnsley 31st March – 20th May, 2011 Walking into this exhibition to the sound of Piaf and a proliferation of black and white images felt like an invitation to pleasurable nostalgia. Arranged … Continue reading
The Cuming Museum, Walworth Road, Southwark, London. 10th December, 2010 – 23rd April, 2011. This exhibition combines 50 pairs of historic shoes from the Cuming … Continue reading