MOOD by Ece Uykan

To be honest, I’ve had enough of seeing the whole “customizable” or “interchangeable” shoe concept. I generally think the idea has been done to death, and most of the time designers massively underestimate the level of execution needed to create a smooth process for the consumer to interchange those parts. However, that being said…this MOOD project by Ece Uykan is a little different.

There isn’t too much going on in the ways of material choice or the way the interchangeable parts of the shoe function. It’s essentially just velcro and metal button…but it looks incredibly clean and crisp.

It’s not way too overly complicated or trying too hard. Also, each piece that can be added/removed from the shoe does genuinely give it a very different look and feel. It’s a refreshingly simple, clean concept, and it works.

Manufacturer Sponsors; Bubalus – Dönertaş Textile
 

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Mr. Bailey

Product Designer + Footwear Architect | Founder of @ConceptKicks | www.MrBailey.co.uk

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