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Shoegazing Super Trunk Show 2017

We are pleased to present this year’s edition of the Shoegazing Super Trunk Show in Stockholm Saturday September 2. This year we focus a bit more on Swedish online companies, the line-up will be Myrqvist (Herrstil), Yanko (Skolyx), The Sabot (also with Andrés Sendra, Antonio Meccariello and Yohei Fukuda), Jan Kielman and Hiro Yanagimachi. Plus Swedish Championships in Shoe Shining, shoe care workshop and an open Q&A with people from the shoe industry.

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London Super Trunk Show 2017

We are very proud to invite you to the world’s largest open event for classic shoes, the first edition of the London Super Trunk Show, organized by Shoegazing and The Shoe Snob. In the central parts of London on Saturday May 13 we gather no less than 11 brands from all over the world, three interesting partners, there will be the first ever World Championship in Shoe Shining, a panel discussion with people from the British shoe industry, and more. Below all info about this historic event.

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Event, Report, Shoegazing Super Trunk Show

Report from the Shoegazing Super Trunk Show 2016

Amazingly enough the interest continues to be huge for the super trunk, this was obvious this Saturday when the third edition was held at Scandic Anglais in Stockholm. 900 visitors, 170 pairs of shoes were sold or ordered for a value of approximately €63 000, and then usually a bunch of orders are placed the coming weeks now afterwards as well, and there was a number of briefcases, accessories and shoe care products to add to that. Here is a summary of the day with lots of pictures and also films from the scene programme.

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The picture – Close-cut heel

I quite often are asked what distinguishes shoes in different price ranges, and I’ve also written a lot of posts on this topic. Here I highlight one thing I have come to think of more and more recently when I look at the shoes, and that’s how the heel so to speak flows together with the upper part. An area where you in general quite clearly see a difference between shoes in different price ranges.

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