Tweets about Stepping Out: Shoes in World Cultures We've posted 26 Tweets about this exhibition since it opened.

Prior to European colonization, Native American #footwear displayed a variety of distinctive adornment and design styles. #ShoesinCulture

This tweet was posted on October 27, 2017.

Some finer pairs of padukas were intricately carved in the shape of fish, which symbolize fertility & abundance. #ShoesinCulture

This tweet was posted on October 13, 2017.

One of the oldest forms of footwear in India, the paduka, a toe-knob sandal with an elevated sole, is still worn today. #ShoesinCulture

This tweet was posted on October 13, 2017.

Nudie Cohn created flamboyant western wear from the 1940s by applying rhinestones and other embellishments to cowboy boots. #ShoesinCulture

This tweet was posted on August 18, 2017.

Film stars wore flashy boots of exotic leathers with embossing & inlaid designs such as flowers, horses, cacti, & cattle. #ShoesinCulture

This tweet was posted on August 18, 2017.

During the 1930s and ’40s Hollywood Westerns featuring cowboy crooners made cowboy boots popular for everyday wear. #ShoesinCulture

This tweet was posted on August 18, 2017.

It is #InternationalCatDay! "Stepping Out: #Shoes in World Culture" features #Chinese children's shoes with #Tiger motifs. #ShoesinCulture

This tweet was posted on August 08, 2017.

Dubbed the Apple Cobbler, McGowan’s fervent interest in popular culture deeply influenced his #footwear designs. #ShoesinCulture #shoes

This tweet was posted on July 25, 2017.

Inspired by the world around him, Mickey McGowan made eccentric, imaginative #shoes in his Mill Valley studio in the 1970s. #ShoesinCulture

This tweet was posted on July 25, 2017.

Motivated by the lack of color and alternatives to leather in footwear, artist Mickey McGowan taught himself to make #shoes. #ShoesinCulture

This tweet was posted on July 25, 2017.

See "Stepping Out: Shoes in World Culture" on display, pre-security, in the Intl Terminal. https://t.co/BRnTenNejX #ShoesinCulture

This tweet was posted on July 03, 2017.

Influenced by Queen Victoria's wedding in 1840, women from all levels of society aspired to wear white for their nuptials. #ShoesinCulture

This tweet was posted on July 03, 2017.