A Startup Tries to Make High Heels Less Painful
April 30, 2018 - metal shoes
Why isn’t anyone disrupting superb high heels? That’s what Dolly Singh asked herself as she walked miles opposite a sprawling campus of spaceflight association SpaceX, where she was a conduct of talent acquisition, wincing in beautiful though unpleasant four-inch-high Jimmy Choos.
Women buy $40 million value of high heels each year around a world, though there’s a problem: The aloft a heel and a some-more stylish a shoe, a some-more they harm to wear. Few know this as good as Ms. Singh, a power-wearer and sequence customer of cost heels…
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