Ms. Heel—A New Magazine for Shoe Lovers

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Ms. Hill edits new magazine for shoe lovers.

Photography Credit: @ktparkerphoto

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Ms. Heel Magazine is the first of its kind—the only publication devoted to shoes. 

Parent company The Chocolate Princess, LLC, after printing three monthly copies since January of this year, has announced plans to move full speed ahead both as a digital magazine and printed publication. 

Named after its fashionable founder, former model, author, president of The Chocolate Princess, LLC, and recent Emmy-Award winner, Ms. Velicia Hill, the magazine is quickly becoming a beloved must-read for shoe lovers.

As a creative writer, Ms. Hill goes there. In the most avant-garde style, “proper” standards of writing and typical styles of conveying are sometimes rejected by Velicia and her team of writers.  In ways that will have you clenching your pearls and laughing out loud, this ain’t your mama’s Ladies Home Journal. Ms. Heel Magazine addresses pop culture and celebrates what’s next in shoe fashion, all the while speaking truths that everyone is thinking but is afraid to say out loud. 

Dana Michelle said, “When men were gentle and women were dames, Ms. Heel gives you throwback pin-up girl sex appeal. With Velicia as Editor-In-Chief, Betty Boop, and Jessica Rabbit as her spirit animals, readers get the rockin’ vibes of Rolling Stone mag and the interesting editorials of The New Yorker. Every month, I look forward to taking off my flip-flops for Ms. Heel.” 

From fashionistas to style mavens,  you can find Ms. Heel Magazine in the hands of shoe lovers such as Sew Sketchy and Swarovski Crystals. 

Social Media Expert, Caitlin Ni. Chatam, @cnc_social, said: “OMG! Reading Ms. Heel Magazine is like a fun night out with the girls!” 

Ms. Heel is the embodiment of every woman on Sex & The City, including the unseen characters of the designer shoes, the men, and the cocktails; Ms. Heel has engaging articles that inspire readers to get what they want - both in the boardroom and the bedroom.  With on-trend fashion editorials and unexpected deep dives into women’s health,  from shopaholic confessions to retail therapy,  we challenge you to find another magazine that compares to it.

Meet editor Ms. Hill.

Driven by demand, the vision of the company has gone from shoe store to digital magazine, to paper copy in less than a year. By incorporating uniquely original and engaging content, the long-term goal is to be on newsstands nationwide and to continue expanding its audience globally. 

President of High on Love, a personal pleasure company, Angela Mustone, @highonlove.official, said, “I went through Ms. Heel magazine, and I’m in love. Shoes and accessories, what more can a woman want? Absolutely brilliant.”