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December 14, 2011

Tech Tux

I’m at my uncle’s in Boston for a quick holiday—the one who lives at the Ritz, acts more like a Gen-Yer than a baby boomer, flies to China for medical missions, the one who happens to have a pair of unworn Prada shoes in my size to be freely given away to his most favorite of nephews.
Prada patent leather lace-ups
I was hesitant at first; where was I to wear a pair of rubber-soled, pointy-toed black-tie shoes? But there was something about everything being so not of-the-moment: the patent, the pointy toe, the Prada Linea Rossa stripe at the bottom that made it so refreshing. It’s the pair of shoes I’d wear with a hyper-heat-generating tuxedo or a tux made out of Tyvek.
In the late 90s, these brand badges were my holy grail when the red Prada Sport stripes crept a good centimeter and a half up the back of the heel. As tiny dashes today, I could learn to live with them, and even love them.
with my overused and much-loved Prada saffiano and nylon travel bag
What are your new shoe acquisitions?

2 Comments

  • jordanlines
    December 14th, 2011 at 12:36 pm

    Iz – I love these! SO chic… And sadly confess to owning a pair of Prada Sport sneaks back in the day with a stripe that went all the way up. Oy.

  • Mat
    December 14th, 2011 at 1:06 pm

    i can imagine you wearing them, the style doesn't feel so current but since when has that stopped you. i however have retired this style to the back of my cupboard. i have some patent black cuban healed winklepickers somewhere


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