- A snap of some very peculiar looking shoes has been shared online by a Twitter user
- The shoes which are plastic, have a weird shape and closely resemble shoes from Kanye West's Yeezy collection
- The shoes have left many locals laughing out loud and coming up with different names to describe it
It's 2021 and naturally, the shape and look of many things have been completely modernized. Shoes have seemingly not been left out from the evolution and after a snap of a very peculiar and outlandish pair of shoes was shared online, we now have evidence.
The snap of the footwear was shared on Twitter by a user with the app handle, @Colourphuza. The shoes which undoubtedly look very comfortable, have a weird shape and sort of resembling something from Kanye West's Yeezy collection.
"The Fix did Kanye West dirty," @Colourphuza hilariously captioned the snap of the shoes.
Many people thought they were absolutely bizarre-looking and said that they would not find themselves rocking it anytime soon. Others thought they were okay while a select few started thinking up creative yet hilarious names for the shoes.
Read a few interesting and hilarious comments below:
"What do copyright laws say?"
"If they don’t call these froggies FIXXY92 I’d know that the marketing team is whack."
"I don't know why but these shoes give me the creeps."
In more bizarre Briefly.co.za news, fashion giant Gucci has released a virtual pair of shoes, the Gucci Virtual 25 sneaker, for use in apps like Roblox or VRChat. They are available for purchase o the Gucci app.
There are two versions available the high-end pair costs $12.99 (R220) and the cheaper pair costs $8.99 (R130). The sneakers were designed by Gucci creative director Alessandro Michele and are loud enough to be stand out and over the top, something people are unlikely to wear in real life according to The Verge.
The shoes are neon green and pink and bear the GC logo so everyone online will know what kicks you are rocking. Twitter users had Gucci trending as they reacted to the new shoes and what they mean to virtual fashion.
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