Fancy seeing Beyoncé’s futuristic Gareth Pugh heels from her ‘Girls’ video in the flesh? Or how about the highest pair of Louboutins ever? Well thanks to the Shoes for Show: The Sculptural Art of High Heels exhibition, set to arrive on Brick Lane this November, you can.
The exhibition celebrates beautiful footwear designed and created for artistic purpose as opposed to function, with bespoke one-off pairs being donated from Daphne Guinness, Natacha Marro – the designer of the heelless shoes Gaga made famous – and many more.
Put together by Javari.co.uk, the exhibition is free to visit from 4th-8th November from 11am-7pm each day, except Sunday when it closes at 5pm. Shoes for Show will fill The Loading Bay, 91 Brick Lane, London, E1 6QL.
For more information go to: www.javari.co.uk/shoesforshow