15 July 2009

Ma ville est Tango - the Shoes


You've arrived in Menton and you've no tango shoes? No problem. Walk over to Esplanade Francis Palmero near the Bastion and you'll find several tents displaying dozens of pairs of shoes, hand-made in Buenos Aires. You'll also find tango CDs, and every sort of tango memorabilia you could wish for.

15 comments:

  1. une superbe collection de chaussures, j'adore les chaussures leopards...elles ont un superbes look

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  2. I like the maroon lacy ones in the middle. Not sure they are indeed made in Argentina but they look comfortable.

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  3. Jilly, your tango shots are fabulous. With any luck at all, Peter and I may have a few good ones by tomorrow. We're going to watch the dancers on the Seine tonight! We won't need any dancing shoes I can assure you!
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  4. But of course I love the leopard print ones! :)

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  5. Jilly, that series on tango is superb and today's close up on tango shoes is excellent. Yesterday's portrait was extraordinary too!

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  6. These make me feel like dancing!

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  7. Wonderful shot. I'd wear these three for sure!

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  8. Tango is danced on the Seine banks almost every night (close to Jardin des Plantes). I have the intention to go there tonight: just for looking, not for dancing. ... and these shoes would hardly fit me! :-)

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  9. I wonder why cloth shoes have not been a big success? These are nice enough.

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  10. The price please, Jilly, the price??

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  11. Great shoes. I don't want to know the price.

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  12. there are fabulous and they are just my size....great.

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  13. I'm not really a shoe person, but if I did the tango, I would definitely buy a pair of those shoes.

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  14. Wow, it's crazy that there's enough demand for that. I like the up-close shot

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