And Now… Frida Kahlo-Themed Sneakers



Marketers just don’t seem to stop in their quest for innovation. The turn is now for Converse Shoes, which has launched a limited edition of Frida Kahlo-themed sneakers, according to Mexico City-based blog Compradicción.

(Do these people know the woman ended up her days unable to walk and tied to a wheel-chair?) Just wondering…

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19 Responses to And Now… Frida Kahlo-Themed Sneakers

  1. rocio leon says:

    I love FRIDA KAHLO!

  2. richo says:

    I want those shoes!!

  3. Roberta says:

    gostaria de um tenis deste

  4. Alma says:

    I love this artist Frida Kahlo. Wow it nice shoes!

  5. Janelle says:

    Oh my God, they are so not ugly. whats your problem Liliana?

  6. james aguilar from sierra vista high sckool says:

    omg i love these shoes!!!!!
    i would wear them 24 seven they’re so tight!!!
    damn frida kahlos is very very pretty

  7. david says:

    o m g i love them to!!
    wanna go out sum time

  8. Liliana from Sierra Vista HS, Baldwin Park CA, 91706 says:

    Omg, these shoes are so cool!!! I would wear them too!!! Ill only buy them if tey only cost 2 Dollars, thats the highest ill go… Im retarded

  9. liliana guibé says:

    I want it! what it’s the price?

  10. Horrible shoes… uglt…. ugly unibrow

  11. lalalala says:

    that’s terrible, firda kahlo isn’t a product to capitalise on, she was a real person. now she’s treated like a brand logo, i wouldn’t feel comfortable with her face on my shoes.

  12. david says:

    hey the one who write this thing man we are no fucking ignorants we know our culture and people just because you seen the movie you think you know about her shit fuck

  13. tracey says:

    hi where can i buy these in the uk or at least order them? Tracey

  14. Snow says:

    Sweeeet!! Frida rocks. I want those BAD!!

  15. Julia says:

    Frida Kahlo would be so disgusted if she could see these sneakers.

  16. Ashe says:

    I like the idea of more people knowing about Frida, but I think this is a bad way to go about it…
    Not to mention that they cant put over half of her best work on shoes because most of it had to do with her miscariages.

  17. elizabeth says:

    ey, is it wrong to show your love of her work??
    to me, its as if ur saying she will not be forgotten…

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