A classic shoe model with an innovative twist: interchangeable heels and backs.
The simple black dress, the classic white-T, the uniform leather purse – they all complement your wardrobe like peanut butter does to jelly. Ladies love them for their stylish functionality, and because literally they match everything they own. Unfortunately, what most ladies don’t possess is an all-encompassing pair of shoes that transcends every style and outfit that their wardrobes can generate. Hence the miles of shoe racks that clog their closets and destroy dreams of early retirement.
Heels will dress up an outfit, while flats dresses one down. If you’re not sure which way to go, you can always wear one of each!
With all of its adjustable parts, ze o ze, is really five pairs of shoes in one simple, yet evolving stylistic spectrum.
Until maybe now, that is. Thanks to young and aspiring industrial designer, Daniela Bekerman, ladies can finally say au revoir to the non-matching shoe blues. The young designer (and recent graduate of The Bezalel Academy of Art and Design) hailing from Jerusalem has designed ze o ze, a modular shoe system that comes with adjustable parts, including a heel, so that wearers can adjust the style and height of the shoes according to the look they are trying to achieve. Simply add on a heel to dress up an outfit, or wear the shoes as flats for a more comfortable and practical look. Change colors, look and style as the occasion dictates.
Quick, into a nearby phone booth – look, it’s Working Woman! No, it’s Party Girl! No, it’s the ze o ze modular shoe system!