Tabi Socks

21 Jan 19
Hyperallergic

One of the most marvelous aspects of the Outsider Art Fair is the way in which much the work displayed is steeped in stories.

20 Jan 19
Lilycove Hideout

Some of my favorite photos lately have been for assignments in my college digital photo class. It must be the extra push of a grade that has me learn new things making the phots for my assignments a step above my usual work. Honestly I was disappointed that nothing I made over the break matched […]

18 Jan 19
wtffashionshark

Hallo Readers, This week Parliament finally got to vote on Mrs Maybe’s Brexshit deal. To the surprise of absolutely no one, Parliament rejected it. To the surprise of quite a few, it did not just reject it, it jumped up and down on it, kicked it in the goolies, cocked its collective leg over it […]

17 Jan 19
IndieInform.com

How To Get Started With Sock Fetish Videos and Shows Everyone knows about the foot fetish, but do you know much about it’s lesser known sister: the sock fetish? Sock fetishes can be divided into two large categories, the fetishist who loves the sock, or the fetishist who loves the foot that is in the sock […]

15 Jan 19
Shoes and Feet

    Sandals appeared in several parts of the world almost at the same time. They were probably a response to overcome practical problems such as crossing rough terrain but as craft evolved then they were worn for decoration. Sandals were certainly a feature of antiquity and had a locus around the Mediterranean. Over the […]

11 Jan 19
The Irish Sun
IT’S only January 11, but we’ve already got a whole load of bizarre 2019 fashion trends to contend with. There’s been fried chicken drumstick trousers and backpacks so big a human can fit inside them – now “goat shoes” are going viral. American Horror Story actor Cody Fern wore split-toe shoes at the Golden Globes The unique footwear has been making a buzz since American Horror Story’s Cody Fern wore them on the Golden Globes red carpet on Monday night. Their nickname is self-explanatory. They have split-toe detailing, which kinda gives them the appearance of a goat’s hoof. While they may sound a little off-putting, they’re actually incredibly expensive designer pieces. They’re by French fashion house Maison Margiela, and retail at £650. Cody’s boots are by designer brand Maison Margiela The split toe is the designer’s signature style Calfskin Tabi boots, £650 from Maison Margiela – buy now As pointed out by GQ, Margiela’s Tabi style isn’t new. In fact, Martin Margiela debuted it in his very first Maison Margiela runway show back in 1989. The Belgian designer is said to have based the shoes on traditional Japanese jika-tabi – work socks that have a divided toe. They’re now the brand’s signature look, with the “hooves” featuring on ballet flats, heels and pumps. Could this be the year they go mainstream? You can buy heeled versions of the look Silver Tabi sandals, £625 from Maison Margiela – buy now The sparkly ballet flats will certainly make your feet stand out Glitter Tabi ballerinas, £278 from Maison Margiela – buy now These split-toe pumps cost £500 Tabi leather ballerina pumps, £500 from Maison Margiela – buy now The boots come in a number of colours Fluorescent Tabi boots, £805 from Maison Margiela – buy now They’re certainly dividing opinion over on Twitter, with one person writing: “What’s up with those shoes… like a goat’s hooves.” Another said: “Who wakes up one day and says: ‘I want to look like a goat… how ’bout split toe shoes?'” However, others are long-term fans of the design. One tweet reads: “I just hope that when they refer to Tabi boots as goat shoes they mean greatest of all time.” Another hit out: “I don’t even like Margiela Tabi boots that much but calling them goat shoes is just disrespect.” Would you wear them? Or do you think 2019 fashion is already goat-ing out of hand? Split toe shoes are absolutely horrendous — Kit (@wheeinsicalys) January 10, 2019 Who wakes up one day and says "I want to look like a goat… how 'bout split toe shoes??" — Annie•V•Anomic (@AV_SardonicWaif) January 7, 2019 i just hope that when they refer to tabi boots as goat shoes they mean greatest of all times — lupe ♋︎ (@chanelaulait) January 7, 2019 i dont even like margiela tabi boots that much but calling them goat shoes is just disrespect — . (@hautepalvin) January 8, 2019 we are living in a world where tabi boots are called "goat shoes" and yall dare to ask me why i hate everyone — 𝓼𝓬𝓸𝓻𝓹𝓲𝓸 𝓮𝓷𝓮𝓻𝓰𝔂 (@jadiorbelIa) January 7, 2019 [article-rail-section title=”most read in fabulous” posts_category=”24″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] In more bonkers fashion news, Beginning Boutique is selling crotchless chaps after its high-cut bikini took the internet by storm. Fashion Nova has been accused of Photoshopping out a model’s vagina in see-through swimsuit shot. And one woman’s PrettyLittleThing leotard exposed her entire chest and looked NOTHING like it did online. [bc_video video_id=”5986577956001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Golden Globes 2019 fashion: Best frocks as Hollywood’s finest dress to impress on red carpet”]
11 Jan 19
The Scottish Sun
IT’S only January 11, but we’ve already got a whole load of bizarre 2019 fashion trends to contend with. There’s been fried chicken drumstick trousers and backpacks so big a human can fit inside them – now “goat shoes” are going viral. American Horror Story actor Cody Fern wore split-toe shoes at the Golden Globes The unique footwear has been making a buzz since American Horror Story’s Cody Fern wore them on the Golden Globes red carpet on Monday night. Their nickname is self-explanatory. They have split-toe detailing, which kinda gives them the appearance of a goat’s hoof. While they may sound a little off-putting, they’re actually incredibly expensive designer pieces. They’re by French fashion house Maison Margiela, and retail at £650. Cody’s boots are by designer brand Maison Margiela The split toe is the designer’s signature style Calfskin Tabi boots, £650 from Maison Margiela – buy now As pointed out by GQ, Margiela’s Tabi style isn’t new. In fact, Martin Margiela debuted it in his very first Maison Margiela runway show back in 1989. The Belgian designer is said to have based the shoes on traditional Japanese jika-tabi – work socks that have a divided toe. They’re now the brand’s signature look, with the “hooves” featuring on ballet flats, heels and pumps. Could this be the year they go mainstream? You can buy heeled versions of the look Silver Tabi sandals, £625 from Maison Margiela – buy now The sparkly ballet flats will certainly make your feet stand out Glitter Tabi ballerinas, £278 from Maison Margiela – buy now These split-toe pumps cost £500 Tabi leather ballerina pumps, £500 from Maison Margiela – buy now The boots come in a number of colours Fluorescent Tabi boots, £805 from Maison Margiela – buy now They’re certainly dividing opinion over on Twitter, with one person writing: “What’s up with those shoes… like a goat’s hooves.” Another said: “Who wakes up one day and says: ‘I want to look like a goat… how ’bout split toe shoes?'” However, others are long-term fans of the design. One tweet reads: “I just hope that when they refer to Tabi boots as goat shoes they mean greatest of all time.” Another hit out: “I don’t even like Margiela Tabi boots that much but calling them goat shoes is just disrespect.” Would you wear them? Or do you think 2019 fashion is already goat-ing out of hand? Split toe shoes are absolutely horrendous — Kit (@wheeinsicalys) January 10, 2019 Who wakes up one day and says "I want to look like a goat… how 'bout split toe shoes??" — Annie•V•Anomic (@AV_SardonicWaif) January 7, 2019 i just hope that when they refer to tabi boots as goat shoes they mean greatest of all times — lupe ♋︎ (@chanelaulait) January 7, 2019 i dont even like margiela tabi boots that much but calling them goat shoes is just disrespect — . (@hautepalvin) January 8, 2019 we are living in a world where tabi boots are called "goat shoes" and yall dare to ask me why i hate everyone — 𝓼𝓬𝓸𝓻𝓹𝓲𝓸 𝓮𝓷𝓮𝓻𝓰𝔂 (@jadiorbelIa) January 7, 2019 [article-rail-section title=”most read in fabulous” posts_category=”30″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] In more bonkers fashion news, Beginning Boutique is selling crotchless chaps after its high-cut bikini took the internet by storm. Fashion Nova has been accused of Photoshopping out a model’s vagina in see-through swimsuit shot. And one woman’s PrettyLittleThing leotard exposed her entire chest and looked NOTHING like it did online. [bc_video video_id=”5986577956001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Golden Globes 2019 fashion: Best frocks as Hollywood’s finest dress to impress on red carpet”]
11 Jan 19
The Sun
IT’S only January 11, but we’ve already got a whole load of bizarre 2019 fashion trends to contend with. There’s been fried chicken drumstick trousers and backpacks so big a human can fit inside them – now “goat shoes” are going viral. American Horror Story actor Cody Fern wore split-toe shoes at the Golden Globes The unique footwear has been making a buzz since American Horror Story’s Cody Fern wore them on the Golden Globes red carpet on Monday night. Their nickname is self-explanatory. They have split-toe detailing, which kinda gives them the appearance of a goat’s hoof. While they may sound a little off-putting, they’re actually incredibly expensive designer pieces. They’re by French fashion house Maison Margiela, and retail at £650. Cody’s boots are by designer brand Maison Margiela The split toe is the designer’s signature style Calfskin Tabi boots, £650 from Maison Margiela – buy now As pointed out by GQ, Margiela’s Tabi style isn’t new. In fact, Martin Margiela debuted it in his very first Maison Margiela runway show back in 1989. The Belgian designer is said to have based the shoes on traditional Japanese jika-tabi – work socks that have a divided toe. They’re now the brand’s signature look, with the “hooves” featuring on ballet flats, heels and pumps. Could this be the year they go mainstream? You can buy heeled versions of the look Silver Tabi sandals, £625 from Maison Margiela – buy now The sparkly ballet flats will certainly make your feet stand out Glitter Tabi ballerinas, £278 from Maison Margiela – buy now These split-toe pumps cost £500 Tabi leather ballerina pumps, £500 from Maison Margiela – buy now The boots come in a number of colours Fluorescent Tabi boots, £805 from Maison Margiela – buy now They’re certainly dividing opinion over on Twitter, with one person writing: “What’s up with those shoes… like a goat’s hooves.” Another said: “Who wakes up one day and says: ‘I want to look like a goat… how ’bout split toe shoes?'” However, others are long-term fans of the design. One tweet reads: “I just hope that when they refer to Tabi boots as goat shoes they mean greatest of all time.” Another hit out: “I don’t even like Margiela Tabi boots that much but calling them goat shoes is just disrespect.” Would you wear them? Or do you think 2019 fashion is already goat-ing out of hand? Split toe shoes are absolutely horrendous — Kit (@wheeinsicalys) January 10, 2019 Who wakes up one day and says "I want to look like a goat… how 'bout split toe shoes??" — Annie•V•Anomic (@AV_SardonicWaif) January 7, 2019 i just hope that when they refer to tabi boots as goat shoes they mean greatest of all times — lupe ♋︎ (@chanelaulait) January 7, 2019 i dont even like margiela tabi boots that much but calling them goat shoes is just disrespect — . (@hautepalvin) January 8, 2019 we are living in a world where tabi boots are called "goat shoes" and yall dare to ask me why i hate everyone — 𝓼𝓬𝓸𝓻𝓹𝓲𝓸 𝓮𝓷𝓮𝓻𝓰𝔂 (@jadiorbelIa) January 7, 2019 [article-rail-section title=”most read in fabulous” posts_category=”363″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] In more bonkers fashion news, Beginning Boutique is selling crotchless chaps after its high-cut bikini took the internet by storm. Fashion Nova has been accused of Photoshopping out a model’s vagina in see-through swimsuit shot. And one woman’s PrettyLittleThing leotard exposed her entire chest and looked NOTHING like it did online. [bc_video video_id=”5986577956001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Golden Globes 2019 fashion: Best frocks as Hollywood’s finest dress to impress on red carpet”]
11 Jan 19
wtffashionshark

  Happy New Year, Readers,   But is it?   In any sane country, Chris Grayling, Secretary of State, would long since have been consigned to a home for the terminally useless, where he would present even the most skilled physicians with their greatest challenge to date. This King Midas is not so much in […]

03 Jan 19
Hybrid X WORLD

First, four days in Japan were so amazing. The second day in Japan started a little later at around 11AM. At least that’s my case because I slept in a little while the kids woke at around 8. We had a mini cooking class for Japanese sweets/pastries at 2pm, so we left the house at […]

03 Jan 19
Romana Elisse

C H A P T E R   O N E flowers Nang mag-Sabado ay naglinis ako ng bahay at inabala ang sarili ko sa paghahalaman. May maliit akong hardin sa terrace ng kwarto ko sa itaas kung saan ko madalas ginagawa ang projects ko. Wala namang masyadong gawain ngayon dahil magno-Nobyembre pa lang. Ginugol ko […]

22 Dec 18
Where Tabi goes and what Tabi eats

I moved to Hong Kong officially on 17 September and the past three months have flown by, perhaps in large part because I spent only half of it (or maybe even less) actually being in Hong Kong. I’ve back to both the UK and Singapore twice in those three months and am due to fly […]

17 Dec 18
GeekDad

Reading Time: 6 minutes Photo by freestocks.org on Unsplash It all started with one very ugly boot. I opened Facebook on a work break, and there it was, just hanging out in an ad on my feed. What is that, I thought. Is that a Mary Engelbreit fabric AND spikes? Is there glitter? What am […]