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 Who invented ballet shoes?

Answer The first ballet slippers evolved in 18th century France and consisted of delicate textiles. The pointe shoe is credited to Italian ballerina Marie Taglioni, who wore leather souled satin slippers ... Read More »
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How to Tie Ballet Shoes?

To tie ballet shoes is fairly simple. This article is for either ballet shoes with ribbons, or pointe shoes with ribbons. All that you need is to know how!
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Will Ballet Shoes be on BBC this Christmas?

As they are a BBC Radio Production - Contact BBCshop.co.uk (add the www)
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What are ballet shoes made of?

There are two types of ballet shoes: soft shoes and pointe shoes. Soft shoes are made of a thin leather upper and stiched to a soft suede sole, light and uninhibiting for the dancer. Pointe shoes a... Read More »
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How to Lace Ballet Shoes?

Lacing Point shoes can be done different ways,but this is the easiest.
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