From Chopin to lubutenov or as fashion changes on heels
It is time to once again plunge into the history and walk through the pages of a romantic fashion of the past, this time to trace the evolution of one of the most important elements of women's wardrobe - shoes with heels.
Since ancient Egypt, through the delightful 20th, freedom-70s and dashing 90-s to the present day - incredible story of fashionable women's shoes, trends, designers and education of taste, to be proud of today.
1500Cvoim advent heels obliged the Egyptians, but the first real popular they became in the 16th century. Shoes with high heels and platform intricate form called Chopin, and it was believed that they belonged to the Venetian prostitutes, adding sexuality and depravity of their appearance. But soon, this model has become extremely popular among aristocrats, since such shoes were given the opportunity to clothes not drag on the ground.
In the 18th century, high heels, which are associated exclusively with women's wardrobe, worn and men. French aristocrats were special admirers of such shoes, such as himself, Louis XIV wore high heels along with women such as the Marquis de Pompadour. These shoes were completely impractical, and was incredibly difficult to walk in it, perhaps, that is why they are used in such demand among representatives of the royal court.
Elegance and femininity came in the 19th century along with the boots with heels, decorated with buttons and lacing. Wearing such shoes with long tight skirts as a tribute to modesty.
Since women's clothing gradually became shorter, already in the 20's heels were open review. In vogue shoes with a strap, and it combines simplicity and sophistication. Low-heeled shoes made of shiny satin and velvet soft, or plain leather, decorated with a large buckle.
It marked the emergence of a model with a T-shaped buckle, popular among the modern stars. Shoes made from pleasant to the touch material: satin, suede, instead of the classic skin. Such a model is a sleek and adds glamor to the brilliant 20 th.
In 1929, the world saw the first high heels, who conquered the fashion market.
Dreamy and full of romance Hollywood has presented the image of a woman charming starlets, clad in glamorous shoes with a low heel, with a plunging neckline. In 1936, it became fashionable shoes for the beach, in the absence of today's popular slippers.
A new wave of fashion on his heels came in 1938, along with Ferragamo, who created the first platform shoes with rainbow print. They became popular with actresses like Judy Garland.
In 1950 Ava Gardner appeared in public in an incredibly sexy sandals with buckles at the ankle, provoking the emergence of a number of different sandals shining colors. With the increasing popularity of feminism became fashionable neat feminine shoes with a bow in the middle, flirty and restrained.
Roger Vivier shoes produces quite magical butterfly for Christian Dior.
The first appeared in 1940 in the history of fashion wedge, replacing the heel of the 30's and immediately became very popular. Designers began to experiment with form and style, creating ever new variations favorite of women wedgies, such as the legendary shoes invisible heels. In 1942, a new perspective on femininity presented in vamp style sandals with thin straps, exposing foot and emphasizing sexuality.
New to beeping 60s became pointy shoes with small heels, which are called "kitten heel". Audrey Hepburn has become an icon of style 60's making a model of shoes for your business card. Low heel perfectly combined with a short dress. And in 1967, Catherine Deneuve has appeared in the shoes of Roger Vivier in the film "Belle de Jour", giving the mullet trend new incarnation.
Glamor disco and '70s marked the appearance of a pair of high heels and platform patent leather and bright as Jane Birkin.
neon era began in the '80s. In the fashion came sparkling design, and many stars could not resist him. But closer to the actual end of the decade became more discreet design, thin heel, and, of course, satin Dyeables.
Fashion 90's struck on the spot not only her fans, but the models themselves, it is worth recalling Naomi Campbell in the 11 centimeter platform shoes by Vivienne Westwood. In the mid-90s became popular shoes with thick heel metallic colors, as well as minimalism, which demonstrates the range of Mariah Carey: a black dress and shoes with a buckle at the ankle.
In the late 90's Spice Girls have shown what it means to a modern platform. And with the advent of the life of modern women Carrie Bradshaw, became popular more and open sandals or sandals decorated with artificial fluff. A great example - silver sandals with lavender down by Dolce & Gabbana.
2000Camy difficult years for the fashion industry have fallen on the shoulders of the early 2000s. Britney Spears and her sandals with square toes - is not the worst that could happen with the shoes at this time.
A little later came into vogue again pointy high heels, which was fashionable to wear with anything, for example, with jeans, to create a casual chic.
By the end of the decade fashion again regained common sense, and that Christian Louboutin came out with his famous shoes, strict and classic black front and red rear sexy.
Soon fashion pedestal rose lacquered classic pin with a small platform body-beige color. The cult of naturalness has already begun to penetrate into the modern fashion.
2013Cochetanie audacity and femininity inspired the creation Rockstud from Valentino.
In 2015, the most popular model was the new disc by Yves Saint Laurent, the inspiration for which, no doubt, was the fashion 70s and 80s.