“Give a woman the right pair of shoes, and she can conquer the world.” The words of Marilyn Monroe ring truer now than ever before. Damn Heels was once a brilliant idea, after a fun night out of dancing, that grew into a collection of fabulous flats inspired by high heels.
As more women sacrifice comfort for style, Damn Heels has found a solution: a pair of shoes which look and feel fabulous no matter how high off the ground. Hailey Coleman succeeds in doing just that… she created a footwear line of foldable flats to suit any lifestyle, from a coffee meeting and yoga class, to after-work drinks and a jet-set holiday—all day and every day.
Damn Heels defines fabulous simply as looking sexy and feeling comfortable for any occasion. “I am inspiring women to look and feel fabulous, so that they can lead happier, more confident lives,” she says.
For holiday 2012, the Damn Glamorous collection features shoes designed to look like a corset. The two-tone detail in front elongates the foot and leg, and shows off a hint of flirty toe cleavage. The sides skim lower ending in a beautiful lace detail in the back. The result is the look of a heeled foot, with the feel of a flat.
Each pair unfolds to reveal a hot pink lining, and the soles are embossed with the signature Damn Heels logo. They come in a clutch that makes it perfect for gift giving. The set is $55 each, and sizes range from 6-11 in three different colours (Black Diamonds, Champagne Gold and Gunmetal Glitz).
ABOUT DAMN HEELS
A graduate of Ryerson University, Hailey Coleman realized there was a market for comfortable yet sexy flats. Damn Heels was created out of the need to provide women with the chance to feel fabulous and look fabulous no matter how high off the ground.
The holiday 2012 collection will be sold online at Damn Heels, and at select retailers across Canada.
For the complete collection, please visit: http://www.flickr.com/photos/kaerucomm/sets/72157630769179200/
For more information, please contact:
Charise Mariel Garcia or Kortney Shapiro
416 617 4226 or 416 884 8016
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