I’ve never been one for white shoes or handbags, so my friends were dumbfounded when I brought this thing home from the local thrift store. Not only was it white, it was BIG and it was embossed with fake reptile
Her name is Ellen, and she’s a hoot! She also LOVES hightops. So it was a no-brainer for Destiny and I to decide to create some custom hightops for her.
We knew she loved blue, so we went to her site
Margot and I are currently creating some designs for an art exhibit at the Janice Charach Gallery in West Bloomfield, MI, called “Shoes, Purses and Mahjong: A Few of Our Favorite Things.” As we discussed our plans for the
Sometimes I create a shoe design just for the sake of going over the top. It’s good for my spirit to throw caution to the winds and come up with something that I’ll never wear in this lifetime —
Destiny and I are DELIGHTED to announce that this is our 100th POST! To mark that amazing occasion, we thought we’d talk about how we collaborated on a particular design. For me, running my ideas past Destiny, and vice
Have you ever bought something you thought was really great, used it once or twice, and left it to sit in your closet for four years? Of course you have! We ALL have.
In my case, it was a
Two nights ago I had the pleasure of teaching a shoe- and purse-painting class to a group of very talented women, sewers all, from the American Sewing Guild’s Central Coast (of California) chapter. They’ve promised to send me photos
Ah, Mardi Gras! The ultimate party where people strut their stuff with delight and abandon! This year Destiny and I were asked to contribute some of our “shoe art” to the San Luis Obispo arts organization‘s Mardi Gras fundraiser,
One of my favorite proud-moments is seeing Margot’s and my name in print. Before Sassy Feet!, the only time in my life I had ever seen my name in print publicly was in third grade when my grandmother wrote a
I remember in the late nineties when a fashion epidemic of purses in the shape of women’s bustiers hit the marketplace full force. For months, lacy, patent leather and fabric handbags hung from retailer shelves like tiny corsets on