Thoughts about Designing Medieval and Renaissance Shoes

Posted on November 11, 2009 By

Making the assumption that the footwear that has survived to become part of museum collections may be because it didn’t fit well, wasn’t a favorite pair, didn’t look like the wearer wanted, in short was a dog left sitting at the bottom of a closet, I feel that one could get creative about the detailing using the survivors as a starting point. This was also not a period of mass production and I would expect that there was a lot of individuality exercised. If you are inspired, go for it.

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