Go-Go boots were originally created in the 1960s with the intention that they should be worn while dancing. The term is said to have been originated by André Courrèges, who made a white, low-heeled boot, rising a bit above the ankles. The term is often used to define all types of fashion boots for women, usually knee high boots worn with a miniskirt or dress.During the sixties and even today, Go-Go Boots are thought to be a form of female empowerment.
"These Boots Are Made for Walkin'" is a pop song composed by Lee Hazlewood and first recorded by Nancy Sinatra. It was released in February, 1966, and attained #1 in the US and UK Pop charts. Subsequently, many cover versions of the song have been released in a range of styles (...)
Sinatra was encouraged by Hazlewood to sing the song as if she were a sixteen-year-old girl giving the brush-off to a forty-year-old man.
(tb. de Wikipedia)
"La classica immagine promozionale "californiana" di Nancy Sinatra"
La contratapa del disco.