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Shoemaking course,  when you actually had your shoe made to fit your feet, ah the luxury of that....

Advanced Shoemaking Course: Made-to-measure 量体制鞋高级课程

Salvatore Ferragamo (note personalized shoe forms of the rich and famous), Florence, Italy ( This was my grandfather's profession. His Ellis Island paperwork indicated he was a shoe maker and learned his craft in Italy. He made custom shoes in the US.

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Sandal 1940  Salvatore Ferragamo / Black satin. Cork wedge insole covered in kid.  Museo Salvatore Ferragamo, Firenze, Italy /  DesimoneWayland

Sandal 1940 Salvatore Ferragamo / Black satin. Cork wedge insole covered in kid. Museo Salvatore Ferragamo, Firenze, Italy / DesimoneWayland

Rainbow wedge sandal - Salvatore Ferragamo, 1938.  Kidskin sandal with layered cork sole and heel covered in suede. The shoe was designed for the actress Judy Garland  via: Museo Salvatore Ferragamo, Firenze, Italy / DesimoneWayland

Rainbow wedge sandal - Salvatore Ferragamo, 1938. Kidskin sandal with layered cork sole and heel covered in suede. The shoe was designed for the actress Judy Garland via: Museo Salvatore Ferragamo, Firenze, Italy / DesimoneWayland

Museo Salvatore Ferragamo

The Salvatore Ferragamo Museum pays homage to Marilyn Monroe with a major exhibition dedicated to her a half century after her death.

“Invisible” , 1947. Nylon thread and kid upper. Wood wedge heel covered with kid. Thanks to this model Salvatore Ferragamo won the Neiman Marcus Award in Dallas. © Museo Salvatore Ferragamo, Firenze/Salvatore Ferragamo Museum, Florence. Source: museoferragamo.it

Salavore Ferragamo, Invisible shoes - 1947 - Thanks to this model Salvatore Ferragamo won the Neiman Marcus Award in Dallas - Museo Salvatore Ferragamo

“Kimo”, Sandals in gold kid with black satin sock and in black satin with gold kid sock. The models were created for the first Italian show in Florence on February 12th 1951. They were worn with...

“Kimo”, Sandals in gold kid with black satin sock and in black satin with gold kid sock. The models were created for the first Italian show in Florence on February

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