Ballerina (shoe)

Ballerina shoes

of the Ballerina (also: Ballerinaschuh) is of classical flat ladies shoe sketched by the Italian Nobelschuhmacher Salvatore Ferragamo into the 1950er years, which owes its name the ballet (ballet shoe). This creation was originally meant for Audrey Hepburn, which did not want to make itself larger, than she was actual. Although not as elegantly or erotisierend as (unhealthy) the hochhackigen shoes they are nevertheless a comparatively substantial flat shoe.

See also: Ballerina, shoe model


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