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Carelessly torn from the brittle binding of an archaic issue of VANITY FAIR was this page of shoe illustrations in which a smart pair of womens leather boots are the centerpiece, pictured alongside of a pair of satin dancing slippers, white buckskin tennis oxfords, a splendid pair of gold brocade slippers and a fantastic walking boot with a gaiter effect that ranks it among the most bodacious - there can be little doubt that this pair must have turned more than a few heads back in the day when Woodrow Wilson was president.

Legendary fashion designer Christian Dior had a good deal of trouble with people who would illegally copy his designs; click here to read about that part of fashion history.

     


Shoe Illustrations (1913 Advertisement)

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