Transforming a basic pair of heels into unique

Date: 24-07-2012 8:23 am (8 years ago) | Author: bestjordan
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Transforming a basic pair of 4 inch heels into unique, exotic footwear does not need to be difficult or expensive. Designer shoes may come with a budget-busting price tag. Creating a custom look that coordinates perfectly with a special ensemble can stretch fashion dollars.

The stiletto is more than a popular shoe for sex kittens and fashion lovers. This iconic high-heeled symbol of power and style is an essential accessory for label-obsessed trendsetters and pop culture lovers. A historic embodiment of heightened sexuality and glamour, the stiletto is one type of shoe that will never go out of style.

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The first high-heeled shoe made its debut at the wedding of Italian Catherine de Medici in 1533 to Henry, the Duke of Orleans. French shoe designer Andre Perugia designed the first modern stiletto for Parisian singer Mistinguett in the 1940s. The stiletto was revived and debuted in the collection of Christian Dior designed by famed shoe guru Roger Vivier.

The name stiletto has its origin in Greek and Italian. The prefix stylus is from the Greek word "stylos" or pillar. The word stiletto also refers to the Italian word for small metal dagger. The stiletto has its place in Hollywood film history as Jayne Mansfield boasted a collection of over 200 pairs of 4 inch heels, Fashions Black Glitter Slingback Platform Shoes and Elizabeth Taylor features her stilettos in a memorable scene in the movie "Butterfield 8." Rocker Debbie Harry was a singer in a group called The Stilettos before creating a worldwide sensation as the leader of Blondie.

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