FASHION///FOOT PATROL///ZAHA HADID’S “MELISSA” SHOE
It’s safe to say that we at Supertouch have a serious shoe fetish, but it’s not often that we get to legitimately obsess over women’s kix. The recent release of this sculptural pair of asymmetrical heels by London-based Iraqi modern architect ZAHA HADID for the little-known Brasilian eco shoe company MELISSA, however, proved to be just such an occasion, and stopped us in our tracks and made us stare just a little too long. And a model wasn’t even wearing them. To celebrate the collaboration, Melissa has created a massive pair of the shoes as sculpture currently on display in their flagship boutique in Sao Paulo. Marc Newson, we expect your response in shoe form within six months. HAVE A LOOK:
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