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Former architect created heavy metal shoes
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Former architect created heavy metal shoes

The Heavy Metal Series is the debut shoe collection from Brian Oknianski. Prior to shoe design, this master was engaged in architecture, which ultimately left its mark on his fashion work - some models resemble buildings, others - airplanes. 

When creating incredible aluminum heels, Oknyanski used technologies that until now have been used only in automobile, aircraft and shipbuilding. This fusion of fashion and metal hit the public. Six pairs of heavy metal shoes were already spotted at Paris Fashion Week. But whether these industrial mini-sculptures will be worn massively and in real life is a big question, writes fashionunited.ru
 The Heavy Metal Series is the debut shoe collection from Brian Oknianski. 
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