Best-selling Calendar title | Daily full-color photographs to feed the shoe lover’s obsession | Printed on high-quality paper | Features elegant loose leaf pages
A shoe lover's reverie! Shoes gallery calendar celebrates the ineffably chic Manolo Blahniks, Jimmy Choos, and Roger Clerergies that we longingly window-shop for and covet for our fantasy walk-in closets. Glorious, glossy photographs of each exquisite pair, from the vintage collectible to the art-as-footwear, will spark year-round style inspiration—and gleefully remind you that the world is your runway. Page-a-Day® Gallery Calendars include 160 sheets of glossy, high quality paper printed with gorgeous full-color photographs. Each calendar is packaged in a clear plastic box that opens into a desktop easel for elegant, inspiring display.
Small but impactful, this desk calendar is perfect to brighten up even the smallest of spaces offering a pop of personality and quick monthly reference. Fresh, fun, and exceptionally stylish, this calendar features a built-in easel and is perfect for display on even the most space-challenged desktop, table, or bookshelf. Challenge yourself throughout the year or give this calendar as a gift to a friend.
- Best-selling Calendar title!
- Daily full-color photographs to feed the shoe lover’s obsession
- Printed on high-quality paper
- Features elegant loose leaf pages
- Includes sophisticated easel backing for display
- 313 pages of carefully curated images
- Includes interesting quotes and captions
- Give as a gift for any occasion
- Great for families, students, and professionals
- Perfect for the tabletop or desk
"I'm giving 2 of them to my friends who love shoes also. I especially enjoy the ones I consider "Classic" and or "Sassy"! At 83 I'm to old to wear high heel anymore, but I sure can reminisce!" -momadee
"I'm a shoe fanatic and I just love this desk calendar. It's also a great gift for my girlfriends who share my shoe fetish." -kellygirl
About Workman Publishing Company
Workman Publishing is an innovator in calendar publishing. For more than forty years, the revolutionary Page-A-Day calendar has dominated the industry and is now synonymous with the Workman name. Workman calendars are bestsellers and have been from the beginning: The Page-A-Day Calendar line has combined over 98 million copies sold since they first hit the market. Workman’s #1 bestseller, 365 Cats Page-A-Day, has sold more than 10.4 million copies since its debut in 1990. Starting with the 2021 calendar line, Workman announces the next big step—a new, eco-friendly design for the entire Page-A-Day Calendar line. Gone is the plastic backer; in its place, a sturdy cardboard stand. Each calendar is now printed on FSC-certified paper. There is no shrinkwrap. The result is a calendar that is 100% recyclable. Each one of the titles for 2021 embodies Workman’s core values of creativity, craftsmanship, integrity—and now sustainability. From long-established partners, like Audubon and Sandra Boynton, to recent ones, including The New York Times, Atlas Obscura, Flow, and Rick Steves’ Europe, Workman matches customers with brands and ideas they love and love to see, year after year.
Do you need some daily inspiration or just a good laugh to start your day? Start every day off fresh with one of the many 365 day desk calendars available. These charming day by day calendars are a great way to keep track of the date and eager to see what tomorrow holds. Whether you enjoy encouraging messages, learning a new language, snarky quotes, adorable animals, trivia, puzzles or Bible verses, there is a daily desk calendar for you. Decorate your office cubicle, kitchen counter, or any other spot where a box calendar will fit! The best way to start the day is with one of our many Page-a-Day Calendars or a stunning Gallery desk calendar available in many sizes and page formats. Tear off the page on an adhesive bound calendar or change to the next day with one of our many loose-leaf calendars. Save your favorite messages, comics, or images for later use. You can enjoy a new image or quote every day of the week! Calendars.com has a large selection that is sure to please everyone.
It’s hard to imagine a time before shoes. What started out as practical invention has grown into a varied, booming industry concerned just as much with art as it is function. Though all shoes share basic characteristics, colors, materials, and designs have transformed drastically over thousands of years. At the beginning of modern footwear, in Europe’s early Baroque period, men’s and women’s shoes were very similar, though fashions and materials differed among social classes. It wasn’t until the early 1800s, they began to differ in style, color, heel, and toe shape. Jump ahead to last few decades of the 20th century where the female presence in the workplace grew along with their heels. Platforms and wedges became popular in the early seventies, though became less-so in the 80s and 90s. These days, there are shoes for every occasion, mood, and preference. There has also been a movement away from styles that focus primarily on comfort and function, as many designers are shifting interest from a matter of practicality to that of aesthetics. If footwear trends continue in this fashion, we can expect the shoes of the future to be even more out-of-this-world.