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Sunday, 5 February 2012

A Shoe Revolution




Girls for centuries had always loved their heels and why not? It is a legendary invention - It makes you look taller, slimmer, curvier, brings your figure to an up-right carriage position, legs look longer and toned. Many wear heels on a daily basis, but when it comes to a night out or glamming up it is all about who has the biggest and best heals. With so many choices and variety from stilettos, wedges, boots, to (and the most popular) pumps. With girls competing over who has the most unique, amazing and astounding designs, we have seen a competition of highest heels, especially the Alexander McQueen's high heals from his 2010 Spring collection with the unforgettable and astonishing 12 inch heels, heels made of glass (it's like a fairy tale!), heel boots made of lace, real diamonds on heels, studs, and  (currently what is new exclusively to Harrods) plumps with Swarovski crystals.

Noritaka Tatehana
With so many ideas it is really getting hard to be creative and win this endless competition of who has the craziest, biggest and best heels. Well, lucky for us all, there is an overwhelmingly brilliant pair of heels called 'Noritaka Tatehana'. A pair of heels with out the heels! This is not a metaphor, these heels are shoes that are high but with out the heels. They are so breathtaking and extremely unique! Perhaps even a heel revolution.    

They are designed by a Japanese designer called Noritaka Tatehana. He is based in Tokyo, and you can order his extraordinary shoes online or through Dover St. Market in London, TRADE MUSEUM COMME des GARÇONS in Tokyo and Paris. If you want to have designs made to order that is also possible and will make the heels more unique. It is also great for collectors, as it is not only a fashion icon item, but a moment in history.

Love Sophia x


8 comments:

  1. Cant wait for someone to make it more accessible for others!!

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    1. Me too! However, you can always order directly from the designer x

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  2. Awesome blog, I love it :)) Thank you for following me, it means a lot!

    xx Ingrid
    http://eaudeglam.blogspot.com

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    1. Thanks Ingrid! (: It really means a lot to me too x

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  3. so original shoes! thanks for your visit, I hope you want follow me also on facebook! Keep in touch with fashion

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    1. Sure! (: They are amazing shoes x

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  4. Great shoes - sculptural yet probably more comfortable than traditional high heels

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    1. It actually may be more comfortable, it has been designed to have a perfect balance!

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