Tag Archives: I. Miller

Patent Fashions – Changeable heels

In 1956 I. Miller launched a shoe that was engineered to take interchangeable heels. The idea was to extend the wearability of one pair of shoes from day into evening, or for increasing theĀ potentialĀ for one pair of shoes to accessorize … Continue reading

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Speaking of Mondrian…

The first Mondrian painting I ever saw was at the Guggenheim in New York. I was surprised by how small it was and how evident the brush strokes were, and yet, its simplicity was inspiring. It seems a lot of … Continue reading

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