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Circuit balade autour de 11 chaussures géantes en ville
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Circuit balade autour de 11 chaussures géantes en ville

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Circuit balade autour de 11 chaussures géantes en ville
Départ devant l'Office de Tourisme34 Place Jean Jaurès26100 Romans-sur-Isère

The Musée de la chaussure moves beyond its walls. 11 monumental shoes inspired by models from the museum, each around 2m high, are set up along a shopping trail.Depart from the Tourist Office with a map dedicated to shoes!

Great designers are represented: Charles Jourdan, Robert Clergerie, Stéphane Kélian, Andrea Pfister, Stéphane Couvé-Bonnaire, Bruno Frisoni and André Pérugia and Christian Louboutin.

The aim: to astonish, challenge and inspire visitors to push open the Museum's doors.

Shoe n°1: "Escarpin à talon aiguille" by Charles Jourdan - Place Jean Jaurès near the OT.
Shoe no. 2: "Chaussure sans Talon" by André Pérugia - Parvis de la Gare
Shoe no. 3: "Chaussure Masque" by André Pérugia - Rue Jacquemart
Shoe no. 4: "Chaussure Pensée" by christian Louboutin - Cours Pierre Didier
Shoe no. 5: "Mule Pince" by Robert Clergerie - Place Ernest Gailly
Shoe no. 6: "Derby Tressé" by Stéphane Kelian - Place Charles de Gaulle
Shoe no. 7: "Chaussure Poisson" by André Pérugia - Quai de l'Isère
Shoe no. 8: "Escarpin Choc-Choc" by Bruno Frisoni for Roger Vivier - Place Jules Nadi
Shoe no. 9: "Escarpin Etoilé" by Andrea Pfister - Ruer Bistour in front of the Museum entrance
Shoe no. 10: "Escarpin Girafe" by Stéphane Couvé-Bonnaire - Carrefour de l'Europe
Shoe no. 11: "Derby Roel" by Robert Clergerie - Avenue Gambetta in front of Marques Avenue

Jean-Luc Tamisier and Sylvie Favel, commissioned by the city, are responsible for this urban scenography and the design of the pedestals.

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