1892 ... Slippers by Rosenbloom's ... Leather ... American ... ... The so-called "Juliet" w/ high front & back & low V at the sides, introduced in the early 1890s, was a one of the standard slipper cuts at the turn of the 19th century. This early example have been exaggerated to a comical extent. The whimsical design and loose fit indicate that this was intended as a domestic slipper. An almost identical example is preserved in the Peabody Essex Museum.
I’m not all that into makeup. I have my staples and I stick to them, so I don’t tend to go along to many beauty events or product launches… but this time my friend Lucy, who has her own blog, asked if I’d go along to a Tom Ford party. If there’s anyone I’ll bend... Read more