Blog: Leonie BarrieIn step with the times...

Leonie Barrie | 26 October 2004

Described as “The ultimate in wearable day-to-night architecture,” Wei-Chieh Tu's height-adjustable shoes for women are really in step with the wearer’s needs. The heel can be raised (and lowered) from 0° to 38° making them truly multifunctional. There’s an angle for everyone – and you never know, they might just catch on.


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