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Do you want to have Wholesale discount? Trend-conscious women in the early s understood the hypnotic, ultra-feminine attraction created by these shoes and sought out the most extravagant imported styles from Mediterranean countries or specialist shoemakers like "Stan's" of Battersea, London, who offered to hand-craft stiletto shoes with truly extreme pointed toes for fashion leaders of the day.
Sadly the advent of mass production eventually priced this kind of personal service beyond the reach of most people and such businesses began to disappear. Then, in the mid s, something unusual happened.
The well-established cycle of fashion suddenly put on a spurt of acceleration. Even before some women had reluctantly given up wearing them "first time around", surviving examples of the original pointed-toe stiletto shoe were brought out of their very brief retirement and reborn as a cult retro fashion item, to grace the feet of a creatively dressed younger generation often students of design, or women with careers in the media or the visual arts thus spearheading the Punk-led concept of "alternative" fashion.
People had realised that there is nothing sexier or more "rock'n'roll" than a long pointy shoe with a killer heel. Pointed stilettos were big news again - but, thanks to the new mass-production methods, no-one could make them! Shoe factories and shoe component suppliers, unable to meet or in most cases even to comprehend the renewed demand, quickly regretted that they had broken up and disposed of equipment used in the early s, but production methods had changed with the introduction of more mechanisation.
The art of making beautiful stiletto-heeled shoes with long, fine-pointed toes had been lost, seemingly forever. The new machinery was only able to produce unexciting shoes with fat, unattractive toe-shapes and thick, moulded plastic heels, so that's what the mass-market fashion industry told women to buy - and the factories duly churned them out cheaply for the High Street shops and their unimaginative provincial customers.
The street-led, alternative-fashion revival movement caused an unprecedentedly rapid turn around from "passe mainstream" to "cutting edge" status for the pointed stiletto shoe. Wardrobes and charity shops were emptied and all remaining s stock was cleared from shops and warehouses.
Contemporary attempts by a few small factories in the East End of London to copy the early pointed shoes using incorrect heels and dubious toe-lasting were the only available option. Indoor market outlets like Ad Hoc of Kensington High Street and King's Road Chelsea moved over to these new products and the last remaining old stock from the s was bagged up and hidden away in storage. My wife, Sarah and I discovered what had happened, sorted through the remaining stock and cleared everything worth having to sell at our first shop in Brighton.
We also advertized in the UK trade journals for old stock from the early s and occasionally struck lucky with a retiring independent shoe retailer in some less accessible part of the country.
Nowadays, following this purge of all remaining old stock, even museums of costume and theatrical wardrobe departments don't seem to have any really good examples of those sexy, thin-heeled, ultra-pointed stilettos which a fortunate few of us still recall from the early s. Female characters in recently-made movies or television drama set in this period invariably have to wear disappointing shoes.
The camera usually avoids the feet. Shops concentrating on vintage fashion long ago had to diversify. They now promote the appeal of other eras, e. Shoes from these eras had absolutely no appeal when the Old Stock Stiletto craze was at its height.
So, there are, sadly, no more of the really nice pointy stilettos from the early s to be found. Not here in England, at least.
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