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Women Shoes 3D models on Flatpyramid.
There is evidence that the shoes as such appeared in the era of the Middle and Late Paleolithic in the west of Eurasia. This theory is based on certain features of the human skeleton change of that period. Drawing conclusions based on the deformation of the shape of the human foot and a significant decrease in the little finger, historian Eric Trinakus suggested the appearance of shoes.
The origin of the culture of women’s shoes of ancient states is also interesting. For example, in India, shoes were an indicator of the social status of women and were worn exclusively on special, solemn occasions such as receptions of important guests, religious celebrations or family holidays. In ancient China, the appearance of women’s shoes was preceded by the tradition of bandaging the female foot, making it visually smaller. In Japan, for many years, wooden geta sandals, which were worn by servants and their gentlemen, were very popular. The ancient Romans used shoes covering the entire foot or sandals covering only the sole of the foot.
Diving into the long history of modernizations and changes that women’s shoes of medieval Europe went through, we can observe how its forms and appearance continuously changed over the centuries – from heavy, pretentious, dull shoes with wooden heels to elegant, light brocade shoes, velvet, leather and silk. Increasingly popular with women’s shoes, richly decorated with stones, buckles, and bows. During Rococo in the 18th century, sharp-toed shoes became fashionable. The heel “glass” was a special “squeak of fashion” in the Enlightenment, and at about the same time, women’s shoes appeared such details as lacing and clasps.
Women Shoes 3D models file formats: max fbx c4d ma mb texture obj