55factory attended the opening exhibition at the prestigious Blacks Club Soho, part of the London Craft Week. The club will play host to the Georgina Goodman Shoe Story. A labour of love from the past 2 years, ‘A Shoe Story’ is a tale of love, lust and loss told through a narrated visual journey of shoe sculptures and objects. This will be the first ever exhibition of this work. This installation aims to immerse visitors into the creative world of Georgina Goodman and give them the opportunity to witness otherworldly, conceptual and wearable shoes.
Goodman has twice been nominated Accessory Designer of the Year by the British Fashion Council, and has established longstanding design collaborations, most famously with Lee McQueen, with whom she created iconic shoes for his catwalk collections and the Alexander McQueen label. Recently she has joined in collaborative projects with artists and filmmakers, creating wearable glass shoes for the film La Douleur Exquise (2014) by Nick Knight, both subsequently shown as part of the Killer Heels exhibition at the Brooklyn Museum in New York. -
10:00 - 18:00
Booking: Not necessary
67 Dean Street
London Craft Week