Bordello Collection Now Available

May 31, 2009 :: Posted by - admin :: Category - High Heel Fashion, New Styles and Discontinued
We have finished adding a new collection shoes and boots to our store. The Bordello collection of heels range from 2″ to 5 3/4″ in heel height, featuring glitter, satin, rhinestones, sequins and velvet. These new items include booties, peep toe sandals, pumps, slides, ankle and knee high boots. This is a truly sophisticated line of footwear perfect for special events including weddings, proms, pageants or if you just want to be noticed.
High heel closed heel sandal The Rosa-02, shown left, features a 3 3/4″ heel, closed heel, and flower accent on the vamp. It is available in baby pink satin as shown, black satin and champagne satin. This beautiful shoe is perfect for bridesmaids or the mother of the bride.
The Courtess-1025, shown right, is a front lacing 5″ platform calf high boot with glitter and rear lace up accent. This item is available in gold as shown, green and baby pink. Glitter calf high boot
Mary Jane platform pump The Teeze-07L, shown left, is a 5 3/4″ concealed platform Mary Jane style pump with lace overlay decor. This shoe comes in hot pink as shown, lime green, red and nude.
These three items are just a sample of the exquisite new styles now available for purchase.

Latest Male Celebrity in High Heels

May 28, 2009 :: Posted by - admin :: Category - Men Wearing High Heels
It is rather common to see female celebrities doing a photo shoot in high heel shoes, but it is a rare occurrence to see a man. To many peoples surprise it is becoming more common. The most
recent male celebrity spotted donning high heels was Quentin Tarantino. There was a spread in the New York Times T Magazine, which is primarily a style publication. In the photo shoot Tarantino was wearing a pair of high heels, holding a bra in one hand and a highball glass of something in the other. The photo shoot was meant to promote ‘‘Inglourious Basterds’’, Tarantino’s latest film in which he is the writer and director, which is due out mid to late August.
Maybe as more and more US male celebrities are seen wearing high heels, maybe it will become more acceptable for any man who wants to express his fashion freedom.

Chinese Men Run Race in Heels

May 17, 2009 :: Posted by - admin :: Category - Men Wearing High Heels, News
Recently during one of the festivals in China, both men and women have been running back and forth along a twenty meter long track that included hurdles. However, this was not your average foot race; women were required to wear 10cm (roughly 4-inch) heels, while men were required to wear 8cm (roughly 3 1/4-inch) heels during the race. The two week long event

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included races for men, women, and couples. All participants were within the age range of 18 to 55. The winner of each category received a prize of the equivalence to £100 (about $151.62) as well as coupons. Regardless of the men’s inexperience in running, or even wearing heels, there were no injuries reported.
It makes one wonder why Americans frown upon men wearing heels, as compared to in many Asian societies. They seem not to have any problems with it. It also brings into mind the newer story about one of the runway models falling due to her heel height; if men who do not have experience in wearing heels can manage to run a foot race while jumping hurdles with ease, why can’t a model who wears heels on a daily basis keep her footing while walking? If there are any men brave enough to want to try a foot race in heels try out our line of high heels for men.

Can’t Do Community Service Wearing Heels

May 11, 2009 :: Posted by - admin :: Category - News

A 47 year old woman in the UK was recently sentenced to 80 hours of community service after she was convicted on two counts of damaging a vehicle and one on failing to provide a breath specimen. She showed up to do her community service in a pair of four inch high heel boots and was told that they were unsuitable for doing the she was to do, such as cleaning graffiti and mending fences. She now has to return back to court later this month for re-sentencing since she refused to wear the protective footwear they felt she needed to wear.

People with certain foot conditions, especially those with high arches, usually find some comfort in wearing shoes with a heel. Depending on how bad the condition is, how high of a heel they need to be comfortable. The woman in question stated that she has “always walked on the balls of my feet. My heels don’t naturally hit the ground. My slippers have a two-and-a-half inch heel. Apparently there are ways to correct the problem but I don’t want to go through that now.”

Many people feel that this woman is making excuses not to serve her sentence and feel that they should just throw her in jail. In her last job she had to sign a disclaimer so she could wear high heels to work. Why can’t they do the same for this? If she is unwilling to sign now so she can do her ‘time’, then they should lock her up. Your thoughts are welcome!