These shoes are part of a collection of artist-decorated Terry de Havilland wedges. The shoes are collectively called F*ck Me! Shoes .
The collection was auctioned off 2 years ago to benefit the Chelsea Arts Club Trust, Trinity Hospice and Artists General Benevolent Institution in England. The shoes were all hand painted and beautifully decorated with a lot of attention to detail and the themes ranged from The Beatles, skulls, sex postures, insects, faces and cigarettes.
I really enjoy this colorful collection of footwear but...why the F*ck Me! Shoes title?
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