Shoe designers, creating models for children, willingly exploit the images of animals, knowing that it is such shoes, boots and sneakers that kids can become their favorite shoes.
Of course, cats hold the palm among animals, the images of which are used in the design of children's shoes. Prime examples of this are Charlotte Olimpia velvet shoes for girls with a cat face ($ 295) and Crocs kids rubber shoes ($ 35). Asics Kids' Sneakers ($ 50) are also reminiscent of the feline breed, but here the protagonist is a larger, striped beast. Other shoe brands that produce shoes for girls and boys have remembered other representatives of the animal world.
American footwear brand Livie & Luca ($ 62) has released a pair of classic Mary Jane shoes with a rabbit face and ears. Gucci was inspired by the image of a chanterelle, it is her fluffy face that flaunts on the brand's patent ballroom shoes for a girl. And in the Sophia Webster children's shoe collection ($ 150), in the best traditions of the brand, there are shoes with rainbow butterfly wings on the back.