Hi, all. I'm new to the world of shoes and would appreciate someone explaining something to me. In this photo from Edward Green, note the profile view of this shoe, especially as it goes from toe to center: Now, look at a very similar one from Carmina, The angle from toe to the center seems to be much steeper (unless I'm seeing things) in the Carmina -- i.e., the center portion appears taller? Or perhaps the Carmina having a taller heel, and thus to compensate it needs to have a taller center portion? What exactly is the term for this? Is there a reason for the difference in construction (functionally), or is it just what the designer preferred to do aesthetically? (In all honesty, it seems the Carmina does what many John Lobb shoes do in terms of the steep angle, but I'm not sure I like it.) Thank you.