Sep 15, 2017 | By Dan Bisson
The Bata Shoe Museum (located in Toronto, Canada) presents the exhibition-“The Roaring Twenties: Heels, Hemlines and High Spirits“, celebrating the energetic modernity of shoe design during a very influential fashion era for women. With hemlines rising, shoes became more important than ever, reflecting the new fashion freedoms influenced by cinema, jazz clubs and world travel. Check out the exhibit and see how the 1920s change the shape and scope of shoe design; on display through June 2012.
See Stylesight’s related reports inspired by the 1920s: Screen Style: Hemingway’s Garden of Eden, Runway Classifications S/S 11- Dresses: Fab Flappers, Vintage Inspiration: The Shift Dress
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