Eliza Gaynor Minden, Founder Of Dance Shoe Company Despite advancements in the dance world, the construction of toe shoes has remained pretty much unchanged since the late 19th century. Eliza Gaynor Minden explains how her dance shoe company successfully overcame controversy and finally gained acceptance among the world’s leading dancers. Jessica Harris also speaks with Simon Pearce, the founder of a successful glass blowing company.
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Eliza Gaynor Minden And Simon Pearce

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Eliza Gaynor Minden, Founder Of Dance Shoe Company

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Despite advancements in the dance world, the construction of toe shoes has remained pretty much unchanged since the late 19th century. Eliza Gaynor Minden explains how her dance shoe company successfully overcame controversy and finally gained acceptance among the world’s leading dancers. Jessica Harris also speaks with Simon Pearce, the founder of a successful glass blowing company.