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Footwear Gallery

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Choose from 215 pictures in our Footwear collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


London Life - Fashion pages by Jean Shrimpton, 1965 Featured Print

London Life - Fashion pages by Jean Shrimpton, 1965

Spread from the short-lived but impossibly cool magazine, London Life, with a column by sixties supermodel Jean Shrimpton who regularly wrote about the clothes she liked. This week, for the first issue, shoes including some Gucci two tone pumps (top right) and some Scholl sandals drawn by Barney Wan. Seems Jean has just had to do a bit of shopping and not much writing!
1965

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

The season of shopping featuring ladies fashions and shoes Featured Print

The season of shopping featuring ladies fashions and shoes

The season of shopping featuring ladies fashions and shoes including shoes from Saxone Shoe company and wraps from Debenham and Freebody's, London, 1926
1926

© Mary Evans / Jazz Age Club Collection

1920s, 1926, 20s, Age, British, Company, Costume, Couture, Debenham, Fashion, Fashions, Female, Footwear, Freebodys, Jazz, Ladies, London, Model, Models, Saxone, Season, Shoe, Shoes, Shopping, Twenties, Woman, Women, Womens, Wraps

Advert for London Shoe Company 1898 Featured Print

Advert for London Shoe Company 1898

A selection of victorian boots, real whale skin for shooting, lady's field boot made from tan or blacking calf, button or lace, smart toe brogues. An interesting advert for Victorian branding for cycling shoes, this was solely by the 'London Shoe Company' under the directions of George Lacy Hillier an English racing cyclist, and an excellent all-around athlete. Barring a stamp on the sole of the shoe with the words 'The Lacy Hillier Shoe' they promoted a thin steel plate that was fixed between the inner and outer sole, rendering the fore part of the sole perfectly rigid, whilst the waist was made as light and pliable as possible.
1898

© Mary Evans Picture Library