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THE FASHION HEELS OF SPRING-SUMMER 2015 SEASON.

04-APR-2015

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A long time ago, in the Middle Ages, heels was invented for men to steadily fix feet in the horse stirrup. But in present time the heels are exclusively women's shoes. For this moment there are many types of heels. There are even futuristic shoes developed by Sheilas' Wheels  British company for driver-women. Are the shoes with convertible folding heels!


Let’s review the most popular and fashion types of heel.

Spool Heels – visually resembles the hollow part of a toroid. Thanks to its stability this type of heel is often used in footwear for classical dance. A slightly fitted heel  become “spark” of Prada’s and Dior’s shoes spring-summer 2015 collections.

прада

Prada spring-summer 2015

Mules – stable, straight and wide heel  from  5 cm. It become the main trend of this season.  The shoes with such heels was presented by Pollini, Dolce&Gabbana, Hermes and other fashion houses.  It  is always beyond fashion and time.

Dolce&Gabbana fashion show 2015

Dolce&Gabbana spring 2015

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Hermes spring 2015

Pollini shoes, spring 2015

Cube  – stable heel height 2-4 cm. It is used not only in shoes for men, but also for women. Is perfect for tall girls.

Marella Max Mara sandals

Kitten Heels – the form of this heel resembles an elegant wineglass – wide at the base  and  tapering on a bottom. This heel is comfortable, because its height less than 7 cm and it is enough stable.

Loriblu 2015

Cone – visually stretches the women’s image thanks to its form.

cowboy heels – its form has has a small slant. Leg wearing such boots  is looked very elegant.    

vic matie

Chunky Heels – a bit like a cowboy heels, but it is much higher.  

vic matie

Wedge Heels – a heel from 5 to 30 cm, it’s united with platform. It’s handy and stable. It is still in vogue  and still a favorite theme of many famous designers.

Dolce Gabbana, Milan2015

The  Pumps with Stiletto heels or Thick- coned heels are most famous and popular a heels for many years. This heel’s type was created by Salvatore Ferragamo Italian designer in 50’s of the XX century.  Thick and elegant 8 cm height heel  fascinates the men and gives confidence to women. Classic does not get old!

Fabi 2015


Find a heel  suitable for you and make your look irresistible.



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