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The Shoe Auctions of the Freemans | Manolo's Shoe Blog

The Shoe Auctions of the Freemans

Manolo says, the Manolo friends at the Freeman’s House of the Auctions in the Philadelphia, they are having the giant auction of the couture items, inlcuding many pairs of the super fantastic shoes.

For the example look at this beautiful “Lizagator” shoe from the I. Miller!

Lizagator by I. Miller    Manolo Adores!

The shoes of the I. Miller! The Manolo he cannot tell you when he last saw the pair of these. Not only did they produce the beautiful shoes, but it was the I. Miller (who are long since defunct) who hired the Andy Warhol in the mid-1950s to be their chief illustrator,and thus they nurtured his love of the shoes.

This pair for the auction, they are available in the size 9AAA. Here is another of the pairs in the 9AA from the I. Miller.

I. Miller plaid pumps    Manolo Likes!

Plaid! With the original box!
I. Miller Snakeskin Slingbacks!   Manolo Adores!

Snakeskin Slingbacks from the I. Miller!

And look there are the more contemporary shoes in this same auction. Shoes from the Maestro Manolo, and the Balenciaga, and the Jimmy Choo, and these absolutely beautiful shoes from the Yves Saint Laurent.

Yves Saint Laurent embroidered evening shoes.   Manolo adores!

Of the course, the Manolo he must warn you, if you choose to bid on any of these shoes, the Manolo he will be bidding against you.

3 Responses to “The Shoe Auctions of the Freemans”

  1. la_depressionada November 29, 2005 at 11:35 pm #

    i love i miller shoes and luckily i am old enough to remember scoring quite a number of pairs over the years at thrift stores.

  2. tinka November 30, 2005 at 12:08 pm #

    Those I. Miller shoes are so wonderfully designed: not a pointy-toed one among them. Ahh, it looks as though there was once a time when the shoe-designers made the beautiful wearable shoes, not the bunion-makers (pointy-toed shoes). The great shoe-maker must be both the artist and the engineer!

  3. The Charlotte Allen November 30, 2005 at 1:10 pm #

    Oh, I. Miller! Sigh! My mother used to wear them! Also Margaret Jerrold! Unspeakably lovely. Ou sont les schoe brands d’antan?