Do you love ogling massive shoe collections in big gorgeous closets? We sure do.
Which is why we're pretty psyched about the upcoming 'God Save My Shoes,' a documentary which explores "the intimate relationship between women and their shoes -- from a psychological, sociocultural and erotic perspective."
The film, which may be released in the U.S. by November, interviews an eclectic group of shoe professionals and enthusiasts. The dominant duo of the luxury shoe biz, Christian Louboutin and Manolo Blahnik, both make an appearance, as does our fave Pierre Hardy.
As for those ogle-able shoe closets? Prepare to feast your eyes on the collections of Fergie, Kelly Rowland, Dita Von Teese and one quite unique collector: Beth Shak. (You may remember Shak, the professional poker-playing mom who stores 1,200 pairs of heels in her Pennsylvania home.)
"God Save My Shoes" will premiere in Paris on September 29 and air on French TV Canal Plus on October 4, but an American release, theatrical or televised, is still in the works. In the meantime, there are several fun "Production Diary" videos posted on YouTube to whet your appetites.
Fashionista posted Episode Six, "Inside Vogue's Shoe Closet," which you can check out below.
And if that doesn't get you hooked, we don't know what will.
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