Manolo says, one of the Manolo’s many internet friends has pointed the Manolo to this shoe from the Kimel Design Studio as having perhaps the worst name for the shoe ever.
Manolo loves the shoes!
Heh! Next thing you know, we’ll have a shoe called “pustulent boil.”
Ick, ick, ick! And it’s not a bad-looking little shoe, either. One wonders if it was supposed to be named “Margot,” and someone misunderstood….
Maggot? I wonder if there’s a shoe called, “Larvae,” out there.
Perhaps it is pronounced: “ma-GOH”. You know, French-like and all.
Well, a brief review of the designer’s other shoes yields “Leach” (leech?), “Hork”, “Hack”, and “Bloody”, so, er, yeah.
The Maggot was (is?) a country dance popular in 18th century England.
Not that one could dance a Maggot in those shoes…
And yet… strangely apt, no?
Hmmm…well today I am wearing Steve Madden’s “Python” shoes (because the straps wrap arond the ankle, perhaps?). That’s downright normal-sounding for his label.
cute shoes, nonetheless….
oh, and i thought is was going to be named after your archnemesis Karl L.
What does a Maggot love? Why…
Carrion of course.
Strangely enough, it’s an attractive shoe. And “on the sale”, no less…
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