Shoes Or No Shoes (SONS) is our very own ‘shoe experience’ that houses five impressive collections dedicated to shoes. The museum is located in Kruishoutem, Belgium, and is known to astonish visitors with its unique architecture.
In one or another execution. Thanks to the inspiring collections of SONS, visitors have the opportunity to behold the fascinating world of shoes. From the first foot-covered steps until the modern shoes of today.
On the one hand, SONS takes us on a journey across all ethnic cultures. On the other hand, SONS also immerses us in the world of modern art, highlighted out of a surprising perspective. Leading us to the question: shoes or no shoes?
Thanks to Cortina, these collections have found a home in an amazing architectural gem that mirrors their uniqueness. Located in the heart of the Flemish Ardennes. Surrounded by the most beautiful views.
More than 1250 objects of contemporary artists, such as Marcel Duchamp, Karel Apel, Panamarenko, Jan Fabre and Tim Volkaert.
The largest collection in the world, with more than 2700 pairs of shoes from more than 155 countries and regions.
Unique pieces of the world’s most famous shoe designers – such as Jimmy Choo, Christian Louboutin and André Perugia - and shoes from celebrities.
Cartoonists inspired by shoes.
Literary texts involving shoes.