Timberland High heels are coming to the big screen, with the latest blockbuster film “A Dog’s Purpose” bringing them back to life.
The “A-Team” star plays the head of the high heel empire, Bubbles, a woman who falls in love with a man who is the “High King of the High King of High Kingland.”
The movie, starring James Franco and Kristen Wiig, is scheduled for release on Aug. 19.
Timberlands High heels aren’t the only new styles of high-heeled footwear being added to theaters.
A-Team star Jennifer Lawrence recently wore high heels at the premiere of “Frozen.”
“It was a really fun and surreal experience for me and Kristen,” she said of the experience.
“It was like a dream come true, because you see your friends and family, and they’re wearing these high heels and it’s amazing.”
The high heels have a history in Hollywood, with a few films and TV shows featuring them.
They are often made of high leather, with metal accents and a high heel heel that extends above the wearer’s toes.
The shoe is also a signature style for some actresses and models, who have worn them for a variety of roles, including a female version of a superhero character in the 1980s movie “Supergirl.”
“There is a high-end aesthetic to these high heel heels,” said Jessica M. Koury, a fashion designer in Los Angeles.
“They are the same kind of high style you see in some high-street stores and you might be wearing them, but it’s something different, it’s very specific, and the person wearing it is really wearing a high price tag.”
Koury said there’s a reason why she chose to wear high heels: “I feel like I’m wearing high heels as a way to express myself, I don’t want people to think I’m a bit of a princess.
High heels have come a long way in the last few decades, said Kourier.
“We’ve been in this golden age of high fashion and the high-fashion trend in general, where we’re in a period where everyone has high heels,” she added.
“High heels are a really popular form of high wear in the world right now.”
Koulouse said she first wore high-top sneakers in her teens and is still a fan.
She said she was initially hesitant about wearing heels because she felt the heels could be intimidating.
“The high-tops, I’m kind of in the shoes, I guess, but I’m in the boots,” Koulouse, 28, said.
“So, it was like, you know, ‘Oh, I like heels but I hate boots.’
I’m just a little bit scared.”