The bread loafers are an ideal example of high-end French fashion. Crafted out of real bread, each loafer warms your feet like only a nice and toasty, freshly baked pair of shoes can. The best part is if you get hungry, simply take one off and dig in.
Sarajevo designer Tea Petrovic has designed a collection of shoes based on the work of late Russian sculptor Naum Gabo and Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava. "Petrovic aimed to exploit the space between the sole, heel and floor.
London architect Julian Hakes has designed a pair of shoes with no foot plate. Called Mojito, the design consists of a single piece that wraps around the wearer& foot, forming support for the heel and ball.