Museu do Calçado, S. João da Madeira, Portugal
Designmuseum, Den Boasch, The Netherlands
Bata Shoe Museum, 327 Bloor Street West, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Raadhuisplein 1, Waalwijk, NL
Eperon d’Or, Prins Albertlaan 5, Izegem, Belgium
The place where shoe makers and customers find each other within the footwear industry (NL)
Footwear industry-driven magazine established by Footwear Designer, Tanita Gray (USA)
Reseacher, Artist & Footwear designer (Iran)
Stories of homelessness have never been told like this before. Shelter has joined forces with conceptual fashion designer Jo Cope for the Shoes Have Names art exhibitions (UK)
Online sneaker magazine which highlights the latest updates on Air Jordan, Nike, Adidas and more (USA)
Fabulous shoe design
Great exhibition and interesting historical machinery
Situated in Offenbach, this museum houses over 15,000 artifacts.
Applied Arts, Ethnography and Musical Instruments
Wooden shoes and clogs
The Kunstmuseum The Hague is a modern palace of the arts.
The Shoe Museum is conceptually orientated to the history of shoe industry and design, addressing several themes.
The largest collection of shoe heritage in the world...
Two great collections!
Toy Worlds Museum and special exhibitions
A purveyor of high-quality, custom made boots and shoes for the arts.
Original Rockin' Tiki shoes based on icons, themes and traditions from 1940's and 1950's fashion and footwear.
Progressive sneakers & accessories
Designed in England, made in Italy.
Clear concepts, elegance and innovation