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Sexy Easter bunny in six inch pink stilettos

Carrie LaChance in stilettos

Happy Easter from HighHeelsDaily.com! We hope your Easter weekend is filled with some of the very best things in life, like chocolate and high heels. Today we feature model Carrie LaChance as the Easter bunny – in white lingerie, with bunny ears and of course a little bunny tail. Carrie’s wearing some hard-core, six inch pumps…

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Introducing Christian Louboutin’s collection for spring 2013

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This year Christian Louboutin has been drip-feeding his Spring collection piece by piece through his e-boutique, rather than release the whole collection at once. Plenty of nice pieces have surfaced though, including this Kimpa 5 inch python sandal which is available from Christian Louboutin for $1,495. The advertising campaign to accompany the collection uses a fishing theme,…

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High heel paintings inspired by cocktails

The Usual Suspects is a series of paintings of decadent high heels inspired by cocktails. The series includes such delights as Day Dream (above), with the heel of the shoe giving the allure of a champagne flute. Day Dream is inspired by ingredients of champagne, curaçao, gin, vermouth, white grape juice. Furthermore, who could resist a margarita – inspired…

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High heel art: Shoe Fleur

Shoe Fleur, by renowned photographer Michel Tcherevkoff, is a remarkable collection of high heel art. In a style the photographer calls “reality with a twist,” each item is compiled from one species, with the flower photographed in a number of different ways and then the images are then photoshopped to produce a beautiful piece of high heeled…

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Cinderella’s Alibi by Angela Makeever

Model Angela Makeever wrote this poem to address the age-old question “Why Do Women Wear High Heels?” The accompanying image is courtesy of Doina Ciobanu, whose fabulous fashion blog is called The Golden Diamonds. Cinderella’s Alibi I like the tick and tock of the walk Left over right follows the line of chalk. Hips sway a…

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