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The History of Footwear: A Timeline Flashback

Travel back in time with us as we explore the history of footwear. 1920’s — The 1920’s were about  the fashionable flapper, flaunting short hair, short skirts, and risqué shoes with kitten heels. 1940’s — During WWII with nationalism at a height, footwear took a backseat and fashion lacked the importance it held in the 1920’s….

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Footwear News: Bond Girl Turned Shoe Designer

ShoeDazzle will now include a special shoe created by Wild Things and James Bond actress, Denise Richards. ShoeDazzle.com is a shopping site co-created by reality TV Star Kim Kardashian, offering customers a personalized shopping experience where customers pay a small monthly fee ($39.95) and receive a monthly pair of shoes personalized to fit their style….

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Weekly Footwear News Roundup

TGIF — Thank God It’s Friday (or Footwear). It’s that time of the week again…time for the ‘Weekly Footwear News Roundup’, where we bring you the latest in shoe news and trends. This week on Twitter & Facebook we taught you about Vans, introduced you to hot upcoming designers, and explored trends ranging from velvet shoes…

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Sparkle and Shine with Perez Hilton & ShoeDazzle

Best know for celebrity bashing, gossip columnist Perez Hilton is one of many celebrities that was recently tapped by ShoeDazzle to design charity shoes.  Among Hilton’s “Celebrity Shoe Design Program for Charity”  peers are Kim Kardashian, Kristin Cavallari, and Jenny McCarthy — just to name a few. The fashion-forward media mogul designed not one but TWO…

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Weekly Footwear News Roundup

Three days until Halloween and we are busy keeping you updated on this week’s footwear news when we should be searching for the perfect Halloween costume! Shame on you for sucking us into endless blogs just so you can stay up-to-date! While YOU were busy costume prepping, you missed Perez Hilton hanging on Shoe Dazzle’s…

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