This footwear fashion might look Asian to you. Wrong. It comes from the land of wooden shoes, but luckily has evolved tremendously since then. These shoes are based on architecture and traditional shoe tailoring, result of the symbiosis between Rem D Koolhaas (nephew to starchitect Rem Koolhaas of OMA) and Galahad JD Clark (seventh generation heir to the British shoemaking dynasty Clark’s). You’ll see heels in the form of an Eames chair, never ending möbius-rings, made of carbon or 3D printed. It’s so outspoken that even Lady Gaga falls for them, yet so wearable you can cover Amsterdam cobble stone streets.