Men Now Outspending Women On Footwear

A new generation of men are achieving the impossible and out-spending women on footwear.

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Bid Launched To Get Thousands Of Feet Into The Record Books

THE world’s shortest woman, Jyoti Amge, and second tallest man, Brahim Takioullah, have launched a bid to get thousands of people's feet into the record books.

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Announcing the Winners of the 2013 Drapers Footwear & Accessories Awards

Last night, at the Grosvenor Hotel on London's Park Lane, the winners of the 2013 Drapers Footwear & Accessories Awards were revealed. Click on 'Read More' for the full list of winners.

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Footwear Experts Gathered at the University of Northampton for the 'World at Your Feet' Footwear Conference

Northampton celebrated its shoe making heritage by hosting the World at Your Feet Footwear Conference, which took place at the University of Northampton on 20th and 21st March 2013.

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Why did men stop wearing high heels?

For generations they have signified femininity and glamour - but a pair of high heels was once an essential accessory for men.

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O2 Recycle Creates “Walkie Talkies” Combining Old Phones and Vintage Shoes

An artist has created four of the weirdest mobiles yet, dubbed “Walkie Talkies”, to show off what can be done when people recycle their old phones.

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Top Ten Tips to Protect Your Footwear Designs

Hannah Steggles, Intellectual Property Associate at Howes Percival LLP, discusses how footwear manufacturers can protect their designs from infringement.

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Announcing the Winners of the 2012 Footwear Friends Annual Awards 2012

Last night, the Cinema Museum in London hosted the 6th Footwear Friends Annual Awards, aimed at spotting and rewarding British talent in the Footwear Industry. Here's a list of the winners...

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Diary dates for 2013

Here’s a list of all your diary dates for 2013…

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Shoe collector breaks own world record

'Shoe Lady' Darlene Flynn of California has amassed 16,400 shoe-related items from furniture, art, badges, clothing, teapots, soap and phones.

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