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NEW YORK Flats, platforms, wedges and stilettos. Sandals, slippers, boots and clogs. These tall Ottoman qabaqib measure 26 cm, 10 inches in height. Qabaqib such as these were worn by women in Turkish bathhouses to elevate them above the heated floors.

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Back NextIn this undated image released by Fondazione Musei Civici di Venezia via the Bata Shoe Museum, shown are chopines. These undated chopines are one of only two existing pairs of chopines held in Venetian museums; they Comprar Levitra are also one of the tallest extant pairs. Sixteenth century artworks and textual sources suggest that some women actually wore chopines of similar height.

"There are adaptations, but actual world changing innovation is a lot less common than we might want to believe," said Elizabeth Semmelhack, a senior curator of the Bata Shoe Museum in Toronto.

The museum collects, exhibits and interprets footwear from around the world, with 13,000 examples of early designs and styles. Many are still thought of today, from thong sandals of the ancient East to towering chopines of Renaissance Europe.

Semmelhack gives credit to thinkers such as Salvatore Ferragamo for his wartime cork wedges and Alexander McQueen for his 10 inch lobster claws, but Comprar Gh Jintropin she points to the rise of celebrity designers as perhaps the most influential development of all.

"Did you even think about who made your Keds? Over the course of the 20th century, shoemakers have gone from anonymous craftsmen to fashion trendsetters," she said. "It's a relatively new phenomenon."

When, exactly, did shoes begin? No one knows precisely.

Researchers at Washington University in St. Louis theorize that Eurasians used supportive footwear nearly 30,000 years ago, based on a shortening and weakening of the bones of the smallest four toes while leg muscles remained long and strong.

Simpler, more ill fitting coverings protected feet in harsh climates about 50,000 years ago, according to other research.

The oldest surviving specimens of shoes appear to be sagebrush bark strap sandals found in caves of the Northern Great Basin in Western North America that are thought to be more than 9,000 years old.

Sandals haven't changed all that much since, or from ancient times in Egypt, Greece and China. Strappy gladiator touches have never gone out of style, bejeweled thongs mimic the practice of placing precious gems on shoes for royalty, and platforms in the West can be traced in an almost unbroken timeline to Carmen Miranda and Lady Gaga.

A surviving Spanish chopine mule with tooled Testosterone Enanthate 1000 Mg Per Week leather over cork heels dates to before 1540 as one of the earliest platforms, Semmelhack said.

High, narrow stilettos didn't come into their own in the West until the 1950s, but chunkier heels detached from the front of a sole were everywhere among the upper crust in the 17th and 18th centuries. The separate high heel, Semmelhack said, "came into fashion in Europe but was worn in the Near East before it was of any interest to Europeans."

Height has a long history played out in the extreme in chopines nearly 20 inches high in 16th century Venice.

"Venetian women were actually sequestered and only put on view at certain times of the year," Semmelhack said. "You don't actually see the chopines themselves. They were put under women's dresses. The cost of textiles was so high that wearing chopines meant more fabric and therefore higher status. They needed to lean on two servants and that was also a statement of how incredibly wealthy their families were."

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"Footwear has this special place, as we all know," said designer Stuart Weitzman, who has a long relationship with glitzy heels. Year after year, he said, his best selling Testosterone Cypionate Blood Clots color in sandals is no color at all.