By Lucy Pratt and Linda Wooley The history of footwear fashion is told using beautiful photographs from London's Vicotria & Albert Museum. Included are a wide variety of shoes and boots, that once belonged to the nobility and to the rising middle classes, anonymous and famous, men and women. From battered old 'chimney shoes' hidden away for good luck to the elegant styles of the eighteenth century; from Elizabethan mules to the first stilletoes in the late 1940s; from the floppy topped swashbuckling boots of the Civil War to chunky 1970 snakeskin platforms; and from 1920s T-bar shoes to 1990s hand-made strappy sandals, this colorful account is a real visual feast.

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