Most of us have trouble convincing men that it’s logical to buy a shoe in more than one colour.
Footwear aficionado Regina Evans is blessed with a husband who not only understands her shoe compulsion but nurtures it.
If your own relationship with shoes is one that doesn’t always resonate smoothly in today’s world, let this new Crown Street boutique transport you to 1950s France. Killer heels were a key component of everyday life, and there was no need to convince the opposite sex otherwise.
Rediscover the joy of shoe shopping in an environment that glorifies the physical act. Step into the 1930s femininity of Chie Mihara (some colour and fabric combinations are exclusive to the store), make a contemporary statement with Hoss Intropia or turn heads lightning-fast in something by Skin.
The Cook and His Wife have also sourced stockings, vintage scarves, shoe-focused books and softening creams to make sure your feet, legs and shoes always look their finest.
If the shoe fits, buy it in every colour. But treat each pair like it’s entirely unique.
The Cook, His Wife and Her Shoes
Tues – Wed 10am – 6pm, Thurs 10am – 7pm, Friday – Sat 10am – 6pm, Sun 10am – 5pm
Unit 3, 538 Crown Street, Surry Hills, 2010
T: 02 9319 1587