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2-TheKabkab

2-TheKabkab

i love the simplicity of this painting. the horizontal lines, and shading remind me of waterfalls. it is very calming, and earthy.

i love the simplicity of this painting. the horizontal lines, and shading remind me of waterfalls. it is very calming, and earthy.

1700s — When the Peking Opera became popularized in China in the 1700s, male actors would wear silk platform boots. As in the case of the Greek thespians, the higher the sole, the more important the player... and the less likely they'd have to perform the acrobatic flips that lower players characters had to do.

The History Of The Platform Shoe- 70s, 90s, And Today

1700s — When the Peking Opera became popularized in China in the 1700s, male actors would wear silk platform boots. As in the case of the Greek thespians, the higher the sole, the more important the player... and the less likely they'd have to perform the acrobatic flips that lower players characters had to do.

220 B.C. — Greek actors used to wear leather sandals with cork platforms called the Cothurnus. As tall as six inches, the Cothurnus' height was dictated by how important the actor was; the more central the protagonist, the taller the shoe, and the easier he was to see!

The History Of The Platform Shoe- 70s, 90s, And Today

220 B.C. — Greek actors used to wear leather sandals with cork platforms called the Cothurnus. As tall as six inches, the Cothurnus' height was dictated by how important the actor was; the more central the protagonist, the taller the shoe, and the easier he was to see!

The History Of The Platform Shoe- 70s, 90s, And Today

The History Of The Platform Shoe- 70s, 90s, And Today

5-OutlawedPlatforms

The History Of The Platform Shoe- 70s, 90s, And Today

5-OutlawedPlatforms

are you friggin kidding me?!?!  HYSTERICAL!

Bird Shoes!

are you friggin kidding me?!?! HYSTERICAL!

The Israeli designer Kobi Levi, creates footwear that appears to be unique works of art, and is anything but a foot-shaped :-)

The Israeli designer Kobi Levi, creates footwear that appears to be unique works of art, and is anything but a foot-shaped :-)

Totally cute sandals

Totally cute sandals

Free People Crete Platform

Free People Crete Platform

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