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The Duchess of Cambridge's Latest Appearance Includes Witches, Ping-Pong, and Bottomless Men in Heels

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Cross-Dressing Gentleman Portraits : David Prat by Sylvain Norget

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from Refinery29

Standing Tall: The Curious History Of Men In Heels

A History Of Men In Heels In 18 Stunning Pairs #refinery29 http://www.refinery29.com/history-of-men-in-heels#slide-7 Men’s mules, English, c. 1690-1715"Men and women wore distinctly different heels by the end of the 17th century. Whether stacked or leather-covered, men’s heels were typically broad and sturdy. Women’s heels, in contrast, were most often leather-covered and very narrow. This pair of men’s mules would have been worn at home as part of a gentleman’s undress."

from ELLE

Men in Heels

Rad Hourani, designer of slickly sharp clothes, showed a defiantly sexy genderless collection today. This is a designer looking forward to fashion’s next phase. About those pants: he's been creating the slashed leggings …

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