Last spring, I played around with adding pre-packaged embellishments to shoes and blogged about my experiments. In one of them, I started with a green faux-leather wedge from Payless. Last month, when Destiny and I were packing up shoes
The best part of what Margot and I do with shoes is teaching others how to do it. We get great satisfaction out of sharing something new and then, literally, seeing the lightbulb click on above our students’
A few months ago, Phil Gust, the editor of an online costuming magazine approached me about making some shoes to go in his August issue, which would have several articles about 1920s-1930s fashion.
“Could you make some spectator shoes?” he