Horse sneakers sold for N2.1m Go Viral, Yeezy and Nike Involved
- Online company offers horse enthusiasts and custodians the chance to rock their horses in designer shoes
- Horse Kicks prides itself on being a pioneering online shoe store that exclusively sells designer horseshoes
- Some designer shoes closely resemble Air Jordans and Yeezys and will cost a customer over half a million naira to buy
A company has chosen to bring style into the horse world by creating designer shoes.
The sneakers are designed by a Kentucky-based company that will charge customers 2.1 million naira ($5,000) for the full set of horseshoes.
Horse Kicks, the company behind the idea, is proud to be one of the pioneers of online shoe sales exclusively dedicated to horse shoes.
According New York PostHorse Kicks offers a range of stylish brands such as Yeezys and Air Jordans.
Designer brands sell for 524,400 naira ($1,200) per hoof for riding, with shoe designer Marcus Floyd saying:
“These are wearable works of art designed on a medical horse boot and covered in repurposed sneakers.”
The shoes will be auctioned and 10% of the proceeds from the funds raised will be donated to charity.
“He ate and left crumbs” – Model bites chocolate shirt on catwalk
While many people continue to argue that fashion shows aren’t necessarily just about displaying wearables, but art as well, some theaters on the runway often leave people scratching their heads.
A trending video is another reminder of the eccentricity of fashion designers as it shows a model eating what at first glance appears to be a shirt.
In a video posted by Instagram fashion blogger @lessiwore, a model is seen walking down a track with his shirt pulled up – at least that’s what it looks like.
Reactions as lady struggles to wear contact lenses
Contact lenses have a way of changing the look from 0 to 100. Getting them to stay in place can be a bit of a hassle, though.
A lady recently got a piece of the wrestling pie when she decided to wear contact lenses.
In the video, she can be seen getting help from another person. However, things get complicated when she tries to rest the lens directly on her pupil.