Elastic band instead of shoelace and ready, the world Chelsea. Trained as she just went from tea with the queen to outer space! Below, we investigate the history of this Winter boots, Since its inception there in the nineteenth century and all its way to becoming an icon in the fashion world.
1837 The person responsible for promoting this model was Queen Victoria, from the United Kingdom – a true symbol of elegance, it is worth emphasizing! King received the gift directly from shoe inventor J Sparks Hall, and fell in love with the masculine way of wearing shoes.
1959 In the late 1950s, Chelsea had become the city’s fabulous artistic gang “point”. Suddenly, they only talked about them in the press and everything they wore was fashionable, including the low-top shoe, which has been known by the name of the place ever since. Influencers who invite?
1964 After the occupation of the monarchy, the Chelsea boot fell in favor of other British monarchs and became the official shoe of the Beatles. John, Paul, George, and Ringo’s passion for the piece led them to create a custom model for their look that had a bigger heel than the original and pointed tip.
1970 It was only a matter of time before the shoe became a global phenomenon. Other famous bands, such as The Who and Rolling Stones, and icons, such as Cher, have also made footwear fame, which has become a success associated with the musical universe, especially rock and roll.
1977 Her curriculum is extensive and she has film involvement in one of the biggest franchises ever produced, Star Wars. The classic white-painted model consists of the Stormtroopers’ uniform, Army of Darth Vader, in the original trilogy. May the strength of Chelsea shoes be with you!
2019 In recent years, it won a revival led by Bottega Veneta. Creative director Daniel Lee, an expert at launching Desire accessories, introduced a revamped style with a tractor heel called Tire Boot. The heavy version pleased and became the right character in street style.
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