Posts in October 2010

Halloween madness

Halloween madness

In honor of Halloween, I present German designer, Kronier Creations. These strange shoes look like they belong in another planet. Photos from Kronier Creations, Mildred Loves You and Indecorous taste

Nightmare on Shoe St.

Nightmare on Shoe St.

These shoes are part of Nike’s Horror Pack inspired by villains in scary movies. These ones specifically are based on Freddy Krueger from Nightmare on Elm Street. Photos from Nike Dunk and High Snobiety

Jimmy Choo gone bad

Jimmy Choo gone bad

Not all partnerships work for the better. For example, these boots are the result of Jimmy Choo designing for UGG. As if the boots weren’t ugly enough, they expect you to pay $795 for them. Photos from Searching for style and Shopping Blog

Pimp your feet

Pimp your feet

You want to show off your recent winnings at the casino. You don’t want to carry a purse. You want to have your money close to the ground. You don’t believe in wallets. All of these are reasons why you might consider wearing these shoes... [+]

Taylor Momsen is taking tips

Taylor Momsen is taking tips

Gossip Girl’s Taylor Momsen now in the band The Pretty Reckless wore these shoes on the Warped concert tour. In an interview she admitted to shop for stripper shoes for her performances. See the video here: Photos from Shoewawa and Shoe-a-Day

Dead animals on your feet

Dead animals on your feet

Fancy having taxidermy birds on your shoes? Designer Bruno Frisoni for Roger Vivier wants to fulfill that wish. He created the “Dovima” shoes that you could have for only $43,000. Photos from Luxist

Sculptural shoes

Sculptural shoes

Different designers got together to create these shoe sculptures. Just hope no one has to actually walk in them. Photos from Sounds like me

Down the rabbit hole

Down the rabbit hole

Inspired by the new Alice in Wonderland movie, Nicholas Kirkwood created this collage-on-a-shoe. Photos from Style

French Men and their Fish

French Men and their Fish

Famous shoe designer Andre Perugia created these fish-shaped high heels in 1931. 26 years later Christian Louboutin followed in his footsteps with these fish creations. Photos from Shoe Goddess and Fashion Police

Qwerty nonsense

Qwerty nonsense

This shoe was presented during the 14th China International Clothing and Accessories Fair. And the one below is just made so you can leave your footprint in this world (in the form of a qwerty keyboard?) Photos from Incredible World