The purpose of HHA's "sister circle" of minority-owned women businesses will be to host interactive events for young girls/women, bringing generations together to learn from each other. Such event collaborations with various businesses and/or organizations, will promote the "gems" in our community. It will be locally, in MY hometown of New York or in YOUR hometown! For specific details on package levels, please contact me.
Christian Louboutin is a French fashion designer whose high-end stiletto footwear incorporates shiny, red-lacquered soles that have become his signature. Initially a freelance designer for fashion houses, he started his own shoe salon in Paris, with his shoes finding favor with celebrity clientele. Custom made, classy and elegant!
A stiletto heel is a long, thin, high heel found on some boots and shoes. It is named after the stiletto dagger, the phrase being first recorded in the early 1930's. Stiletto heels caused so much damage to floors, tarmac surfaces and even aircraft floors, that there was a call for them to be banned when they were introduced in the mid 1950's.
A pointe shoe is a type of shoe worn by ballet dancers when performing pointe work. Pointe shoes were conceived in response to the desire for dancers to appear weightless and sylph-like and have evolved to enable dancers to dance en pointe (on the tips of their toes) for extended periods of time. They are manufactured in a variety of colors, most commonly in shades of light pink.
A jazz shoe is a type of shoe worn by dancers. They are used in jazz and other styles of dance including afro, acrobatic rock ‘n’ roll, and hip hop. They are also used other activities such as aerobics.
Platform shoes are known in many cultures. The most famous predecessor of platform shoes are the Zoccoli in Venice of the 15th century, designed with the functional goal of avoiding wet feet when the pavements were flooded. Depending on the current shoe fashion platform shoes are more or less popular. In the 1970's they were widespread in both genders.
Children's shoes secured by a strap over the instep and fastened with a buckle or button appeared in the early 20th century. Originally worn by both sexes, they began to be perceived as being mostly for girls in the 1930's in North America and the 1940's in Europe. They were also popular with women in the 1920's.
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