Those shoes have been posted here several times before. The funny thing is that I remember another article specifically stating that they were not real hooves but rather crafted from artificial materials to look real, unless there are two designers making the same shoes (which seems unlikely for these types of fashion items). The Daily Mail is essentially a tabloid and not very reputable, and that's the source that all my quick search of articles cite. I'm on my phone so can't do a more thorough one, but I'm wondering if there are two different designers or if the Daily Mail is wrong or if I am (or my source was). However, I'm pretty sure I'm at least remembering right because she designed a pair of hoof shoes that have guns as the high heels (saw them again in my search), and I remember I kind of liked those in a weird way, especially because they weren't actually made from hooves.
I'm on my phone so I can't do a more thorough search right now. But I do also have to say, I'm pretty sure fashion items like that aren't meant to be comfortable.
Wow, I thought that was gross before I knew the shoes were made of actual animals. But, according to The Shoe Museum "The German artist Iris Schieferstein, has worked with dead animals as raw material for her pieces of art for many years. She joins the fragments together to new creatures and thus gives a new face to death. "
That's just creepy, if you ask me. Next you'll be seeing people wearing animal skulls on their heads just for the sake of fashion...
Yes, I smell like a horse. No, I don't consider that to be a problem.
Originally Posted by DottieHQ
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