Sonja Bata founder of the Bata Shoe Museum Toronto.
Wednesday, February 21, 2018
Monday, February 12, 2018
Tuesday, February 6, 2018
Jasmine Pendergrass takes charge as this entire episode is one big Fashion Footwear in Focus segment. Listen in as Matt, Andy, and Jasmine explore the importance of celebrity, red carpets, and influencers on footwear fashion. She also explores expected footwear trends for 2018, like ugly dad shoes.
Friday, February 2, 2018
Recently at the F/W 2018 collection , Paris Men’s Fashion Week, Chinese imprint SANKUANZ, had plastic "shoes for shoes" modelled on the catwalk. The reintroduction of the patten was driven by fashionistas keen to wear A-list sneakers outside but equally concerned at keeping the blue-chip trainers in pristine condition.
Pattens has been around for centuries and were first worn nobility to protect the their expensive poulaines in the 11th century.
Platform like slip-over shoe protectors were used as outside shoes and were made from wood or metal to protect the encased and more delicate shoes from wet and muddy ground. Pattens were left outside. These were widely used between the 16th and 18th centuries.
Monday, January 29, 2018
Join hosts Matt Priest and Andy Polk each week for an in-depth and dynamic conversations about the business of footwear. Most entertaining Show -In Show
#90 Exploring the Amazing Bata Shoe Museum with Elizabeth Semmelhack