We’ve seen a number of modular shoe designs pop up over the past couple of years, but none are quite as polished as the “Ze o Ze” by Israeli industrial designer Daniela Bekerman. Loosely translated as “this or that” in Hebrew, the Ze o Ze features a raft of components for swapping in and out at will. The result? A ballet slipper one day, a brogue-inspired lace-up another, and a Mary Jane kitten-heel pump the next—all from the same shoe.
With more moves than a Decepticon, the Ze o Ze is perfect for the shoe lover or frequent flyer who wants to pack light but still manage a wide array of casual and semiformal options.
The distinct (and distinctive) heel attachments make changing your kicks a snap.
The distinct (and distinctive) heel attachments make changing your kicks a snap. Cut through the workday grind in a sensible wedge, hit the dance floor in a sexy stiletto that very night, then offer your arches respite as you hobble back home in a comfy flat. No fuss, no muss, or shoe-switching necessary. What more could you ask from a shoe?
[Via Design Milk]