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The cultural history of high heels
- Dec 20, 2016 -

Causes of ancient European cities because of the lack of sewage systems, and urine is poured into the street. To prevent dirty socks and trouser legs in high heels.

15th century China during the Ming dynasty, new shoes of the Ming dynasty, after the sole with a 4 cm to 5 cm high with the end of a long, silk wrap mounted. Tiptoes unearthed Peking dingling crested high heels, making carefully orchestrated. Alice Peking dingling have been recovered from sharp crested high heels, shoes, 12 cm long, high end of 7 cm long, 5 cm wide, and 4.5 cm high.

16th century France Court costume invented the high heel. Since then, heel height width is changed from time to time, but the mania for high heels is timeless. "Shoes and share experiences with women, regardless of which phase of your life, whether it is fat or thin, shoes with you together forever. ”

17th century: in fact, heels first appeared in the West, and in order to facilitate a foot to fasten the Stirrup while riding. Until the late 16th century fashion high heels into the nobility stuff. Is said to be the diminutive Louis 14 in order to make himself appear taller, more powerful, more confident and more authoritative, so let Shoemaker put his shoe on a 4-inch high heels and painted red with their noble status. 18th century and became an important element in fashion for men and women in high heels. High heels are 3 inches tall, shoes are quite slender, integrated heel and sole, if you have the opportunity to go to the street of the 17th century, you will find that all pedestrians on the street wearing the same style of shoes, because the shoe-making techniques can make a high heel styles.

By the late 18th century, people began to try and make the slim heel, but lack of support, only widened to connect at the top of the heel soles, to the height of the heels down gradually in the late 19th century and replaced them with Ribbon and bow tie shoes.

First introduced in 20th century lovely MaryJane shoes, a style popular in the 20th century for more than 50 years ago, when the shoe-making technology is quite mature, popular in different materials such as satin, silk and leather to make shoes, style has become more diversified.