Friday, 9 May 2014

Weirdest Women's High Heeled Shoes

Here are some of the most creative and weird high heeled shoes! From a shoe with no sole to a shoe with two heels and even shoes with inverted heels!
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Julian Hakes designed these fascinating shoes with no sole. The support is there, though, for the heel and ball of the foot, which forms a natural bridge between the two. In the course of designing, he had tracing paper and masking tape on his foot, drew the patterns, and then used a scalpel to cut it off.

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Inverted Heel Shoes, by Marc Jacobs.

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The Umbrella Shoes can protect your feet and shoes from rain.


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Designed to look like a modern high-chair, this high-chair heels take your feet 6 inches off the ground so they sit almost vertical. It's a fashion accident waiting to happen.




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These Dior shoes were worn by Marion Cotillard at the Bike In-Style challenge winner announcement and awards ceremony at the LVMH Tower Magic Room on June 2, 2009, in New York City. The price? $1600!


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Maki Aminaka (Löfvander) and Marcus Wilmont (Aminaka Wilmont) introduced their sole-less shoes in London during the 2008 London Fashion Week. With a good pedicure, anyone can carry off this look.
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Bottle Opening Shoes, the perfect party shoes.

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These give platform shoes a new meaning.

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Origami (paper) Shoes, by designer Catherine Meuter.


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What's better than shoes with a high heel? Shoes with two high heels!


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Big Bird fans rejoice!


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This shoe is just totally versatile. The naked lady who forms the heel of this shoe appears to be writhing orgasmically against her pole. The price? $175.

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2 comments:

barbie said...

Lolll. I would never rock any of them.

glowy sofiscated said...

Thats why its weird and disgusting..there are some who could push boundaries..