Faces for your feet: Dolce & Gabana’s suede wedge “face” shoes

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Feet just shouldn’t have faces. They have no need of them. Or not as far as we were concerned, anyway. It looks like Dolce & Gabbana disagree, though, because if you wear these suede wedges, you won’t just be two-faced, you’ll be three-faced. You’ll also be kept awake at night by the thought of those creepy faces sitting inside your closet, making the shoes look almost like they’re alive. Alive and about to EAT you. Or maybe that’s just us.

We do like our shoes to have a bit of personality, but these have taken it too far for us, , although we confess that we would be interested to see what they actually look like like on a foot. What do you think of them? If it’s love at first look, and you can’t wait to have them in your life, they’re £709 and you can buy them here.

11 Comments

  • November 9, 2009

    Ruby

    They remind me of the art from ‘Hedwig and the Angry Inch’ particularly ‘The Origin of Love’ sequence.
    Therefore… I quite like them.

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    • November 9, 2009

      tanya

      I like them too! Don’t look scary to me, but I do know some people who’d be hidden under the bed if they had these shoes anywhere around 🙂
      I personaly believe that they’re not wearable because of their hight,so it’s something called shoe-art… If we don’t mind faces on t-shirts, why not put them on the shoes too?

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  • November 9, 2009

    tanya

    btw, these shoes realy do look like cut from that cartoon scene from “Hedwig” 🙂

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  • November 9, 2009

    xony

    Yes! They do look like the animation from “The Origin of Love”!!!
    And the same weird part of me that loves Hedwig, is quite curious about this shoes! ._.
    .-= xony´s last blog .._xony: bueno, a ver, shhhh! que estoy estudiando! =-.

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  • November 9, 2009

    naomi

    well i was all set to hate them…until everyone mentioned hedwig which i love lol
    my first thought was if lady gaga wore them she could branch out and have a b-side single about her pa pa pa poker feet

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  • November 9, 2009

    Leigh

    If the shoes weren’t so huge, clunky, and hoof-like, I think I’d actually like the faces. At least, I’d like them until I started to feel stared at and creeped out.
    .-= Leigh´s last blog ..Carlo di Roma Nail Polish Liz in 010 =-.

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  • November 10, 2009

    EmporaStyleSpy

    Is it just me, or would it feel like these shoes were constantly peering up my skirt!?
    .-= EmporaStyleSpy´s last blog ..Burberry launch new site dedicated to the trenchcoat – with help from The Sartorialist =-.

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  • November 10, 2009

    burcho

    i quite like them in a weird sort of way…i know i shouldn’t, but i just can’t help it. The lips aren’t doing it for me I must admit but I think I could just about deal with that eyeball peering up at me from my tootsies! x

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  • November 12, 2009

    inga

    Why?
    Just… why?
    That was what I thought when I saw these.

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  • November 19, 2009

    kerla

    love love love love.
    i so wish i could afford them.

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  • May 16, 2010

    renee

    i love them!!

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