The XX century is called the time of triumph of shoemakers. During this time, they gave the world as many new styles of shoes as their ancestors had not invented in history. In the first decades of the last century, women of fashion wore mostly low, steady heels. Additionally, a lace-up leather bootleg or straps helped fix the foot in the shoe.
The revolution took place in the 1950s when French designer Roger Vivier invented thin high heels called stiletto heels. And by the 80s, from shoes to go out, they had become part of the women's business dress code. The designers tried to raise the ladies even higher above the ground using platforms. Among the most famous are the blue Super Elevated Gillie shoes, created in the early 90s by the main brawler of English fashion Vivienne Westwood. By the way, it was in this pair at the 1993 show that the model Naomi Campbell fell on the podium.
In different decades of the 20th century, heels were worn in different ways. The fashion of the 70s, for example, prescribed to combine them with colored tights, and 10 years later they began to be worn with fishnet socks and golfs. Eminent designers continued to experiment with footwear in the 21st century. Brazilian Andrea Chavez created the "invisible shoes" and presented them at New York Fashion Week in 2011. And he later placed the leather ballerina in a 3D-printed frame.>