Unboxing The BSM

Unboxing The BSM

Check out our new YouTube Series - we're pretty excited about it!

Step Into the BSM

Step Into the BSM

We've refreshed our blog with new articles, interviews and more! Tell us what you think!

Get Creative!

Get Creative!

Fun crafts and activities for the whole family to enjoy!

Puzzlemania!

Puzzlemania!

How quickly can you solve our jigsaw puzzles?

NEW PUZZLE! Have you been keeping up with our weekly puzzles? This week's is a throwback to a previous windows installation 🌈 #MuseumFromHome #BSMFromHome #SeeTorontoSoon ...

In the 1930s, women seemed to heed the advice of fashion experts to have one pair of metallic evening shoes in their wardrobes because metallics functioned as a neutral and went with everything. Many extant evening shoes from the period are indeed gold kid and the majority show evidence of heavy use. The owner of this pair seems to have reattached the buckles, and if she had wanted to revive their gold finish, she could have purchased a Cinderella Gold Slipper shoe polish kit specifically designed to return the sparkle to golden footwear. #MuseumFromHome #BSMFromHome #SeeTorontoSoon ...

Enjoy May flowers with these men's silk house slippers that were hand-embroidered with flowers, butterflies and other motifs (French, 1860s). Did you know that floral motifs were popular in Western fashion throughout the 19th century? While women's attire made of ample use of florals for all occasions, men's fashion tended to limit flowers to clothing worn at home. Interested in learning more? These shoes are featured in our book, “The World At Your Feet” available NOW! Visit our website for more 💙 #MuseumFromHome #BSMFromHome #SeeTorontoSoon ...

NEW BLOG POST: Footwear and the Imperial Project 💚 ✨ -
Learn more about these stunning pair of shoes in our latest blog post! Visit http://astepintothebatashoemuseum.blogspot.com/ to read
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#BornThisDay was Queen Victoria! Pictured is a pair of ivory satin flat shoes and cream kid gloves with blue silk trim owned by her that is part of our collection. ...

What was your favourite fad/craze of the 80s? Today's #SaturdaysStyle, we are featuring these multi-coloured shoes designed by Beverly Feldman that instantly brightens our day 🌈 #MuseumFromHome #BSMFromHome #SeeTorontoSoon ...

#FashionHistoryFriday: Every aspect of these shoes suggests that they were created for a special occasion and then treasured and carefully preserved for centuries. (Possibly Scottish, 18th century) Would you still wear these shoes if they were around today? 💗 ✨ #MuseumFromHome #BSMFromHome #SeeTorontoSoon ...

Get inspired for your next art project this weekend with this sketch by Roger Vivier! Share your creations with us by tagging @batashoemuseum #MuseumFromHome #BSMFromHome #SeeTorontoSoon ...

Interested in learning about the shoe-making process? Watch the evolution of the chelsea boot in our new video with Jeff Churchill from @jitterbug.boy on our Youtube channel. Here's a sneak peek! #MuseumFromHome #BSMFromHome ...

NEW VIDEO! We just released episode 2 of our Unboxing the BSM series! You'll have to check out our Youtube channel to see what Elizabeth Semmelhack unboxed in today's episode. Any guesses on what it could be? 😍 #MuseumFromHome #BSMFromHome #SeeTorontoSoon ...