Gold Fronts: Oxford Dress Shoes with Tooth Soles

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Style

Adding teeth to shoes is something we would never try ourselves, but the end result is actually a lot cooler than we would have expected.

Artists Mariana Fantich and Dominic Young of the British design studio Fantich and Young did exactly that. The designers took a sleek all black pair of Savile Row oxford shoes, and added over 1,000 fake teeth across the bottom of the outsole. Included amongst the 1,050 teeth are a few gold fronts to add that extra bit of flair. In case you didn’t have anything to sport with your new Apex Predators as they’re called, the designers also made a suit that is made of human hair and glass eyeballs.

Gold Fronts: Oxford Dress Shoes with Teeth Soles (3)

Gold Fronts: Oxford Dress Shoes with Teeth Soles (2)

Gold Fronts: Oxford Dress Shoes with Teeth Soles (1)

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