Shoes Page-A-Day Gallery Calendar 2023: Everyday a New Pair to Indulge the Shoe Lover's Obsession (Calendar)

Shoes Page-A-Day Gallery Calendar 2023: Everyday a New Pair to Indulge the Shoe Lover's Obsession By Workman Calendars Cover Image
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 So many shoes to try on for size—even if only in your imagination.

Shoes is packed with fabulous footwear, beautifully photographed and reproduced in full color. The elegant: Rupert Sanderson’s crocodile-embossed “Solitaire” leather pump with jeweled buckle. The nautical: a sculpted rope slingback sandal from Krístina Vontszemiivá. The sporty: Tori Abrahams’s colorful leather sneaker with chunky white sport sole. The out-there: Joe Snacken’s mirror-finish laser-cut boot with smiling daisies from Takashi Murakami. Plus vintage shoes, including a panne velvet and leather flapper shoe with a harlequin motif. Every day, it’s a new pair to indulge the shoe lover’s obsession. Printed on responsibly sourced paper.

Page-a-Day® Gallery Calendars include 160 sheets of glossy, high quality paper printed with gorgeous full-color photographs. Each calendar is packaged in a clear plastic box that opens into a desktop easel for elegant, inspiring display. 


Product Details
ISBN: 9781523516544
ISBN-10: 1523516542
Publisher: Workman Publishing Company
Publication Date: September 27th, 2022
Pages: 160
Language: English

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