“High On Heels” presents the best fashion shoes [trailer]

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They are the ultimate fashion statement. They are a mark of beauty. They are a symbol of
Power. They are the subtle accessory that we all take for granted. Today high heels have a
multidimensional place in our ever-diverse world. While shaping the social identity of women and
personal expression they deliver on command and attention.

High heels is a new fashion movie that explores all things heels for shoe lovers and those who are just outside interested in watching. Now streaming on Amazon Prime Video, this documentary was directed by Adelin Gasana and produced by Lola Kayode as an Atlanta-based collaboration between DocuJourney Productions and Lola Kay Productions. Entirely put together on a limited budget in Metro Atlanta in just over a year, the goal of these two filmmakers was to explore the iconic and dynamic shoe from a global perspective.

So where do heels come from? How did he get here? What does this represent? Why is it
popular? And, where is he going? These questions are what drove Adelin Gasana and Lola
Kayode in the production of High heels. So how did the two filmmakers get inspired to make a
fashion movie on high heels? “Initially, I ventured to work on a film for a large audience,
about pop culture, ”recalls Gasana. “So when Lola and I talked about her
experience persistent back pain associated with wearing heels on a regular long-term basis, we
I thought high heels would be quite the script for a documentary film.

For the two young filmmakers, what started out as a cool subject of style criticism and fashion intrigue over time has evolved into a nuanced subject of female lifestyle and self-expression. With heavy
research and conducting multiple interviews, the film cuts across a wide range of women
representing various entertainment, retail, healthcare and academia industries.

High heels features vibrant and vibrant Atlanta businesses such as: Rocky’s Instant Shoe Repair,
Roulette shoes, Pearl School of Modeling and Vertical Joe’s Fitness. Two health care practitioners
do it in this fashion piece; Dr Cheree Eldridge, podiatrist at the Village Podiatry Centers, and
Dr. Kerstin Halstead of Michael Family Chiropractic. With a “fly-on-the-wall” approach in
cinema, Adelin Gasana presents the daily journey where heels make their lasting mark
on women. Social media influencers like Nzinga Imani and Greer Howard are stepping in. We’re listening
entrepreneurs like JoJo St. Claire and Velicia Hill give their honest point of view. More,

Atlanta dance choreographers Jessica Washington and Torwa Joe who regularly teach in
Heels of 4 inches and above are featured in the documentary. The film brilliantly brings together all
the people concerned and concerned to share their invaluable expertise in understanding the
heels trip. As a conversational piece, the film unveils symbolism, evolution and
high heel lifestyle trend through local shoe personal and professional ideas
designers, stylists, dancers, models, fashion bloggers, influencers, doctors and everyday
women. For a master shoemaker, it is his job; for a shoe designer, it is her work of art; for a model,
it is an accessory; for a podiatrist, this is the main source of unhappiness for patients. But for a
woman — this is a measure of her empowerment; where is it?

Sleek pumps, comfortable wedge heels, sexy stilettos and exotic high heels are a must have.
experience for women. They symbolize the highest attributes of women in society that are worth aspiring to
professionalism, style, maturity, empowerment, confidence, beauty, sensuality and
sophistication. They are also a source of personal experience of women with discomfort and
pain. High On Heels portrays high heels as a character in Western society by
linking its historical development to the nuance of women’s lifestyle. For better or for worse, the
the high heel is now the most popular shoe for women. A historian in the documentary claims,
“High heels can never be neutral.” So although it is filled with so much emotional baggage, it is still
the shoe that women put on for events, display, performance, authority and urbanity. No matter
the size, shape or color of women’s high heels is more than just a shoe. One could argue that
heels are the only partner of women. He filled their cupboards with the assurance that every expression
worth donning is ready and available.

High On Heels leaves nothing behind in the long history of high heels. It covers the
history of heels dating back to the 10th century Persian horsemen who used heels
shoes to keep the feet in the stirrups in order to stabilize themselves when riding during
war. Over time, heels have become a high end fashion accessory for men and women who have come
from a rich and aristocratic background. The film delves into the medical reality of
short and long term health effects of wearing high heels with a podiatrist and chiropractor
open the way. We watch and listen to anything associated with long-term outfit like
arthritis, spine problems, plantar fasciitis, sciatica, neuroma, fractures, bunions and blisters.
The film even portrays a modeling school that teaches young girls to walk and strut.
track in high heels. As a frank and conversational piece, this documentary addresses the
the good, the bad and the ugly. With an emphasis on nuance, High On Heels represents a
document on the rites of passage of women in maturation and adulthood as well as
the loss of innocence of women in the concepts of beauty and sexuality. It is no wonder that in the film
local trek in the independent distribution of Atlanta to the rest of the world of women everywhere
the world can resonate with this subject on a personal and psychological level. who
knew that a high heeled shoe could invoke such a rich historical, societal, medical and pop culture
discussion?


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