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Alexander McQueen in 2010 released a set of armadillo shoes. They were then popularized by the likes of “Lady” Gaga, and other celebrities, who are not too worried about looking utterly ridiculous in public. The shoes above were the originals – many other styles have since followed. My advice to any real ladies reading this list – don’t buy these awful shoes!
Them poor chinese women that used to wear them lotus shoes had to have there feet bound from an early age, Ultimately pulling their toes under the sole and and bending the foot so the toes were nearly touching their heals eventually the practice was banned in china in the 1930's leaving poor old chinese women practically disabled. The women did this so they would look more desirable, Hence getting a better husband. The price of beautiful small feet, Which they wasn.t cost the women their mobility and were basically house bound as the pain that came from walking on their deformed feet was so great that they couldn't go anywhere. It just shows you the extreme's that some people and culture's go to for vanity & Fashion.
I have to admit a spark of envy.
I studied a bit of anthropology in Uni, Native American Anthropology to be precise. We took field work in the deserts of New Mexico, Nevada, Arizona and a bit of Colorado. The most amazing places we visited were the Canyon de Chelly, Mesa Verde, Casa Rinconada.
We spent a month in the area, exploring the ruins, having access not allowed to tourists because we were studying the area and any artifacts we found would be turned over to the museums or the tribes (depending on where it was found)