Ballerinas
Ballerina-Schuhe

Der Ballerina ist ein klassisches flaches Damenschlupfschuhmodell, das seinen Namen der optischen Ähnlichkeit mit den im Ballett üblichen Spitzenschuhen und Schläppchen verdankt.

Der Ballerina (auch: Ballerinaschuh) ist ein von Salvatore Capezio Ende des 19. Jahrhunderts in New York entwickeltes Schuhmodell (1952 erhielt er dafür den Coty Award). 1941 wurde der Ballerinaschuh von Claire McCardell in die Kollektion aufgenommen und so der Öffentlichkeit bekannt. 1949 erreichte das Damenschuhmodell allgemeine Bekanntheit durch eine Abbildung auf dem Titelblatt der Vogue. Brigitte Bardot und Audrey Hepburn trugen diese Schuhe auf der Leinwand und sorgten für einen Trend dieses Schuhmodells.

Literatur

  • Linda O’Keeffe: Schuhe. Könemann Verlag, Köln 2005, ISBN 3-83311-098-8

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