9 Shoes to Die For from Fashion Week
One of the hardest elements to pull off a fine outfit is the shoes. Picking the right pair can enhance the wearer, while choosing the wrong one can totally destroy an otherwise smart outfit. In the runways, these items are often overshadowed by the spectacularity of the overall looks, but for the keen eye they are the finishing touch. We present you a wrap-up of the latest fashion weeks featuring the most remarkable shoes we spotted on the runways from New York to Paris.
Alexander Wang presented a dazzling set of studded pumps in black, pink and white leather strutting along with the cannabis print frenzy made for the rebellious.
Beauty and color converge in these handcrafted shoes by Dolce & Gabbana. Embellished with flowers, studs and furry pompons they impeccably imprint the Italian heritage the duo is known for.
Fendi’s latest show was all about ruffles and shoes were no exception. Interesting shapes and curvy edges add volume to these ultra-feminine high heels.
Skewing a bit from the main line, Galliano turned to sport-inspired footwear. Models walked along the catwalk with these comfortable high tops in several variations from beige to golden embroidery.
Continuing with Alessandro Michele’s success, Gucci scores another hit with these stunning black pumps heavily embellished with pearls, sparkling stones and a snake print heels.
Sexy and sophisticated, the Balmain woman sports pink suede high heels with golden applications over a long shoe tongue.
Dries van Noten brought exoticism to the runway with this honey snake skin booty mounted on a wide heel finished in camel suede and topped with a black ring.
Alber Elbaz may no longer be behind the label, but the magic of Lanvin is not long gone, for instance with these refined double strap black stilettos.
Louis Vuitton takes on a futuristic-industrial look proposing glossy silver lace-up boots that match their new handbags with metallic animal prints.
Written by David Requena