This is either super sweet and sexy or super vengeful and sexist. Chilean-born, New York-based artist and designer Sebastan Errazuriz has collaborated with Melissa, the Brazilian maker of jelly shoes, on a dozen shoes that depict his feelings about past relationships with women — some nice, others less so.
Sculptural therapy, if you will, the series comes with little anecdotes that explain the reason behind the breakup. Jetsetter Jessica, with an airplane for a heel, is so named because Jessica was too self-important; the Honey Natasha shoe, resembling a honeycomb, tells of a girl who was too nice; and The Boss Rachel can be worn like a dust-knuckle because that's what a bossy girl would do — and that's a deal-breaker.
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