[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VutyhGfxqs0&w=800&h=460 While in Toronto for the opening of Out of the Box: The Rise of Sneaker Culture at the Bata Shoe Museum, Karim Rashid reveals to Azure the inspiration behind his exhibit design for the show and his thoughts on the power of a great shoe.
The plaza hosted several dozen red shoes (both painted and patent) in long rows extending the length of the square. The static soles ranged from pumps to sneakers offering the once fashionable items a final platform on the sidewalk.
The covering is formed with two panels that fasten together to create a leather silhouette.
The collection consists of three different, extravagant models of shoes, made of modern floral linen.
These shoes are designed with a reversible connection between the sole and the upper, allowing the repair process to be more transparent in relation to the material the individual component is made of.