Its All About Shoes by Pamela Laskin
Unique stories about shoes and their memories as diverse as the women who write them.
-- Jane Weitzman from Stuart Weitzman Shoes
If theres a woman whos not fixated on shoes, chances are she has no feet or lives on a hot desert island where footwear is superfluous. As we go through life, the fixation may mutate from the annual delight with a new pair of dress-up Mary Janes, to height-and-leg enhancing heels and boots to anything that feels good on aging feet. But attention to what goes on our feet often has significance beyond the beautiful and practical. This book promises to depict the full gamut of shoe-ness in an entertaining and illuminating fashion.
-- Jane Brody, Science Writer for New York Times
Savvy, smart, sophistication, style. Shoes are the source of power that drive a womans performance, and Its All About Shoes captivates the passion behind all of this! Its a real winner!
-- Eric Mudick from Erics Shoes
I remember in college that someone had a poster with a variation on Eleanor Roosevelts famous slogan Great minds talk about ideas, average minds talk about events, small minds talk about people, miniscule minds talk about shoes. This attitude is belied in Its All About Shoes, which proves that great minds talk about shoes, and that shoes themselves can stand for ideas, events and people. In the essays, poems and reflections in this collection, shoes mean many things; they are, as the books divisions show, icons of the past, present, and future; they are memories and hopes, desires and fears, images of ourselves and others, symbols of moments in life and time. They lure readers into their closets to imagine what their own shoes might say, though I doubt many readers can express these meanings as eloquently and evocatively as the authors in this book. For everyone who thinks about what she puts on her feet, its a must read.
-- Angela Jane Weisl, Professor, Seton Hall University
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It is all too tempting to paint a portrait of John Stollenwerk as the Patriot CEO, vividly brushed on a canvas with strokes of red, white, and blue. Stollenwerk is the president, chief executive, and owner of Allen-Edmonds Shoe Corp. Earlier this year, his company was honored with a Making It Better in America award from a business lobby in Wisconsin, where Allen-Edmonds is based. And even George W. Sure, Stollenwerk is patriotic and certainly proud that he has kept jobs for the U.
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I caught up with Rich to discuss his journey and process towards the Air Max React:. Can you tell me how the collaboration between you and Nike come about? For sure, let me just say that I worked for the Swoosh for about two years, and I had some of the best experiences of my life, creatively and otherwise. Then I had a couple of conversations, and that was it. Your theme for this collection is the First Gen, which is the podcast you created.