- Playing cards
- 50 colour illustrations
- 66 x 88
- ISBN 9781856699075
- Published September 2012
An ideal gift for shoe lovers everywhere, this beautifully produced memory game tests your recollection of some of the world's most fabulous shoes – from vintage Ferragamo sandals to the latest Manolo's.
Presented in a stylish mini shoebox, this set of 50 cards contains images from the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s world-renowned shoe collection. To play simply place the cards face down and see if you can remember where the matching shoe is located. Collect more pairs than your opponent to win!
Suitable for 1 or more players from 6 years upwards.
Pietro Yantorny, 1925–30
Evening Sandals, André Perugia, 1928–29
Platform Sandals, Salvatore Ferragamo, 1938
Pumps, André Perugia, 1939
Platform Sandals, Victor, CA. 1940
Platform Sandals, Penét Shoes Inc., CA. 1943
Dance Shoes, Palter DELiso Inc., 1951
Sandals, Mario Valentino, 1955
Evening Shoes, ROGER VIVIER, 1960
Slingback Shoe , Charles Jourdan, 1965
Platform Shoes, Dasaje DO Brasil, CA. 1973
Evening Sandals, Hubert De Givenchy, 1980
Pumps, Susan Bennis/Warren Edwards, CA. 1985
Pumps, Tokio Kumagaï, CA. 1986
“Goya” Shoes, Roger Vivier, 1986–87
“Portrait” Shoes, Vivienne Westwood, 1990
Evening Shoes, Manolo Blahnik, 1990–92
“Thorn” Evening Sandals, Roger Vivier, 1993
Sandals, Christian Louboutin, CA. 1995
Sandals, Dolce & Gabbana, 2003
Shoes, Yves Saint Laurent, 2004
Mules, Manolo Blahnik, 2005–06
Platform Shoes, Christian Louboutin, 2008–09
'The winnder of New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art's clever Matching Shoes game is the one who ends up with the most pairs of exquisite shoes (just as in real life). This grown-up card game has multiple benefits: Not only do you masage your memory skills but you also discover new brands to expand your lust list - all without risking rent money!'