Famous Shoes by Federico Mauro

Jul 18, 2013

Category: Living

After leaving a lasting impression with his famous eyeglasses series, the Italian based designer Federico Mauro introduces us to his Famous Shoes collection.

With his previous series, Mauro used recognizable eyewear from celebrities, and in this one he uses the same concept – but with shoes. The collection sees shoes from fictional movie characters like James Bond and Forrest Gump, but also has plenty of real life pop culture icons like Steve Jobs and Michael Jackson.  Of course what would a famous shoe collection be without a pair of Marty McFly sneakers from Back to the Future? We’ve even got Mark Zuckerberg’s f*ck you flip-flops. The series is ongoing, but we picked out some of our favorites below.

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