It was also around that time that the Kork-Ease platform sandal first became popular. “It was a time when women were gaining their own independence,” notes Teter of the colorful ’60s, “so the actual height of the shoe went along with the ideology of the day: everybody finding their own sense of individualism and artistic freedom and creative self-expression.”
Celebrate that ethos tonight at the Kork-Ease Pop Boutique Mod Party at Buffalo Exchange, 51 Broadway, from 6 to 9 p.m.; 21-and-older mods should dress in their finest and come party at the pop-up shop, where Kork-Ease will also be filming a music video. Visit blog.korkease.com for information.
Sat., Nov. 15, 6-9 p.m., 2014