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Red and cream loafers designed by Pierre Cardin and worn by Fats Domino
Red and cream loafers designed by Pierre Cardin and worn by Fats Domino
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Fats Domino, Jazz Mecca, Maastricht, Belgium, 1992. Creator: Brian Foskett
Fats Domino, Jazz Mecca, Maastricht, Belgium, 1992. Creator: Brian Foskett
Full Range of Prints and Gifts in Stock
Red and cream loafers designed by Pierre Cardin and worn by Fats Domino Featured Image

Red and cream loafers designed by Pierre Cardin and worn by Fats Domino

African-American pianist and singer-songwriter Antoine Dominique Domino Jr. (1928-2017), known as Fats Domino, was one of the pioneers of rock and roll music. He sold more than 65 million records. Pair of men's burgundy and tan leather loafers, left shoe (2013.59.3a) and right shoe (2013.59.3b). The uppers of the shoes are made from leather, with the wingtip toe caps, heel counters, a panel over the tongue, and the trim around the foot opening all in burgundy. The rest of the uppers and the tongues are cream leather. A decorative design is punched into the burgundy leather at the center of each toe cap and along the edges of the wingtip and the counter. A piece of wide brown elastic is sewn behind each tongue for an adjustable fit. The shoes have leather soles and stacked wooden heels that are painted black with a black rubber heel cap. The Pierre Cardin logo and name are incised onto the heel caps. A square metal "p" logo is attached at the outer side of only the right heel. The insides of the shoes are lined in light brown leather, including the inner soles. A blue label with cream text having the "p" logo at the left reads: "pierre cardin / PARIS / MADE IN SPAIN". The style and size are stamped in black ink on the interior proper left side of each shoe

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