When she was a child, a little cheerful lively girl, she used to play and walk with her mother’s shoes. She was just amused and smiling, hearing the bizzarre noise of heels on the ground. Just a funny game, with her small feet within big shoes!
When she grew up the clacking of her thin heels on the pavement didn’t resound as the past anymore. It turned around. It wasn’t an innocent game anymore. It became a kind of sound of power. She loves that currently: so sharp and resoluted. Nowdays when she walks proudly with her Ralph Lauren or Vivienne Vestwood claiming her status, she reminds her childhood innocence and ask herself “Is every thickling of women’s shoes a kind of sound of power?”