Women Shoe Design Course


Workshop Description

Pursue your passion for shoes! This course invites you to be original and design your own! It takes you through the basics of shoe design, from the history and evolution of shoes to mood boards and color choice. It focuses on freehand sketches of the foot in different positions, of shoe lasts and the shoe itself. It also covers how to create a collection and a material card for design production. By the end of this workshop, you will have 6-10 different shoe designs along with their mood board.

What this workshop covers

– Shoe design history and trends
– Foot morphology
– Technical drawing, sketching and illustration
– Color theory
– How to create a collection and build a portfolio
– End of course project

Who the workshop is for

– Anyone who has a passion for shoes
– Anyone who wants to pursue a career in shoe design.
– Creative individuals who want to explore the shoe design process
– Creative talents who want to build their portfolios
– Students intending to study graphic design


No previous experience needed for this course.


One canson booklet, a4 paper, pencils kit and a notebook. Colors are optional.

Book Your Seat

Session leader

Amira Essa


Oct. 16th – Nov. 15th


6:00 – 9:00 pm


10 session (30 hrs)


Mondays & Wednesdays


KEMET Studios, Greek Campus (Old AUC Building), Tahrir


3,500 EGP

Refund Policy

  • 70% refund of paid amount 15 days before first day of course.
  • 30% refund of paid amount 7 days before first day of course.
  • 100% nonrefundable one week before first day of course.

Amira Essa

Amira Essa

Amira Essa graduated from Cardiff Metropolitan University with a bachelor’s in marketing and international business. A few years later, she travelled to Italy to pursue her passion for shoes, where she studied shoe design and making at the Academia Riaci in Florence. Since her return, Amira has earned a position as Egypt’s first in-store style advisor for a Spanish-based international brand. She hopes to pass on her love for shoes to eager learners and aspiring designers in the region.