Daniela Bekerman's Ze o Ze Footwear Offers Changeable Choices

By: Meghan Young - Published: Jul 24, 2011 • References: cargocollective & design-milk
The Ze o Ze shoe isn't the first modular footwear to be designed, but it is certainly one of the more creative creations -- and not to mention stylish. Many of the other versatile shoes that have hit the market not only convert from heel to flat quite awkwardly, but are also not very fashionable. Most footwear designers who have decided to tackle modular shoe designs have only done so from a practical point of view.

Created by Israeli designer Daniela Bekerman, the Ze o Ze shoes, which translates to "This or This" in Hebrew, transforms from a heel to a flat and back again, with different heel additions to change the look of the shoe completely. Essentially, with the Ze o Ze shoe, you can have something like five shoes in one. Stats for Stylishly Modular Shoes Trending: Older & Buzzing
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