1971 | CAMILLE UNGLIK FOR PACO RABANNE | THE ORIGIN OF THE FASHION LUG SOLE

1971 | Camille Unglik for Paco Rabanne
Source: Foto Shoe magazine

Camille Unglik later went to design for Dior assisted by a young student called Pierre Hardy (Hermès). Thermoplastic injection moulding provided by Bernard Deconninck (Tarkett).


1971 | Camille Unglik for Paco Rabanne
Source: Foto Shoe magazine

Lorenzo heard such commentary often when he entered a neighborhood. To the street-challenged eye he did look like some kind of police. If not police, an official, or something more than a meter man. He wore a sky blue shirt with a Humane Society badge pinned to his chest. He wore dark blue cargo pants and heavy black boots with lug soles, useful for climbing fences. He carried no form of protection, either clipped to his belt or concealed.
George Pelecanos
From: Drama City (2005)



FOOTNOTE
Climbing fences with:
Jeffrey Campbell, Windsor Smith, Chicko Shoes
CLOCKWISE FROM TOP LEFT:


 

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