stiletto-heeled love

stiletto-heeled

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  • There were no guest spots or walk-ons to share the spotlight - just Blige alone, wearing a pair of stiletto-heeled boots, teetering across a stage set that looked like a space-age makeup counter.

    In concert: Mary J. Blige at Jiffy Lube Live

  • Unhappily, most of the new shows with women in leading roles—NBC's poorly scripted resurrection of the British hit "Prime Suspect," or ABC's inane remake of "Charlie's Angels," for example—offer little more than overcompensating caricatures of the fairer sex in an era of stiletto-heeled "postfeminism."

    A Marriage of Heaven and Hollywood

  • With its characteristic red-leather seats and imposing 18ft photographs of stiletto-heeled nudes, this classic cocktail bar bows deeply to renowned fashion photographer Helmut Newton.

    10 of the best cocktail bars in Berlin

  • One Marine stopped to pose with two towering bikini-clad blondes in stiletto-heeled boots.

    Troops march in San Diego gay pride parade

  • Several of the models, including one in a bright red sequined dress, were wearing stiletto-heeled hiking boots.

    Glamour Amid the Gloom

  • Folks wore sneakers or stiletto-heeled platforms, polo shirts or leather bondage harnesses.

    Lady Gaga: A Spectacle At Madison Square Garden

  • There was a distinct industrial feel to the show, held Sunday evening on a catwalk bathed in low-hanging light and constructed of silver medal grids that would certainly have tripped up stiletto-heeled female models but resonated well for the thick-soled men.

    Prada, Gucci & Cavalli: Men's Fashion Week Gets Colorful (PHOTOS)

  • Rock & Roll was blaring, and the CNBC hostess, a red-headed, stiletto-heeled woman named Mary, greeted us each with a, Hi, how are ya?

    Daphne Wysham: Coming Face to Face with Obama and the Vanishing American Dream

  • For those of you unfamiliar with the stiletto-heeled mistress of the clue gun, Miss Snark was (and no doubt continues to be) an agent who blogged anonymously about the world of publishing.

    Archive 2008-06-01

  • She turned about-face and strode toward another set of glass doors, placing one stiletto-heeled foot directly in front of the other, as if she were walking a tightrope.

    Here Comes Another Lesson

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