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Eighties fashion is back: Channeling the mood of the moment.

Eighties fashion is back: Channeling the mood of the moment.

Find out more about the #newfashiongenre and the upcoming trends for this summers fashion. Stefan Howarth writes about re-emerging trends and how Cross Sword heels fit perfectly with it.
Stepping Outside Your Comfort Zone

Stepping Outside Your Comfort Zone

Stefan Howste discusses why its good to step outside your comfort zone and how to do it. The blog examines fear, comfort, personal growth and self fulfilment as well as other factors.
The History of Men's High Heels

The History of Men's High Heels

High-heeled shoes are traditionally associated with women's footwear, but the shoe has a very interesting history. We've taken a dive into the shoe's origins as a male fashion piece; read on to find out more!
Cross Sword Silver Heel

Designing A Man’s Heel.

How do you start to design something that does not currently exist? It was a difficult start for us here at Cross Sword, we wanted to bring a brand new and daring concept to the market. That meant that we would need to push ourselves and make a mark for ourselves.
What Makes A Man Dapper?

What Makes A Man Dapper?

A look into the current use of the word 'dapper' and how Cross Sword used it to design their current range of footwear. The blog explores how the word is intertwined with the word 'fashionista' and the concept of being a gentleman.
Cross Sword Launch

Cross Sword Launch

Wednesday the 8th of February saw Cross Sword open its gates to the public. Three styles with two variants were launched but how did we get to this point?
The Gay Wedding Show

The Gay Wedding Show

Well the truth be know we didn’t know what to expect. We were briefed about what we would receive regarding the space but that didn’t help us with understanding how the event would pan out. We took the decision a few months ago to exhibit at the Gay Wedding Show
Accepting Men In Heels

Accepting Men In Heels

King Louis XIV of France declared high heels to be only fit for noble people but a lot has changed since the seventeenth century. Since then, heels have been predominantly worn by women for a number of reasons:
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