We also went to dinner so I could have an excuse to wear my new boots (more on that in another post).
|Photo courtesy of Red Granite Pictures|
Wolf of Wall Street was the film selection, and I knew I wouldn’t be disappointed because it’s Martin Scorsese (who doesn’t make shitty movies) and Leonardo DiCaprio, who has been consistently amazing since What’s Eating Gilbert Grape. As usual Scorsese had a great attention to detail, not letting anything slip. Including the shoes.
This movie was chock full of shoe porn. Once almost literally as a character pleasures herself while wearing a pair of red Manolo Blahnik Mary Janes. Other times there were shots of mens classic Gucci loafers, Louboutin heels and mens driving loafers that I couldn’t identify, but were made of such a supple leather, they were obviously designer.
Steve Madden shoes are also prominently featured in the film, since Jordan Belfort’s firm Stratton
|This really is the ultimate mens dress shoe.|
I’m not sure if Scorsese has a thing for shoes, or if he just had a really, really great costume person, but either way, the looks were seamlessly completed by the luxury footwear consistently worn by the characters throughout the film. Or maybe it wasn’t prominently featured and I’m just a total shoe hound
Personally I loved all three hours of the film, and the fact that I got to look at fabulous shoes throughout the film was simply an added bonus.