Tuesday, December 21, 2010

Most Stunning Shoes of Paris Fashion Week

Although Paris Fashion Week ended just last week, the show has still received reviews. The runways at Paris Fashion Week with big names like Louis Vuitton, Herm├Ęs, Chanel, and Alexandra McQueen were full of the most remarkable footwear. Backless boots, butterfly-adorned sandals, and frilly-ankled stilettos were just few among footwear for the next season. There were fluoro sandals at Christian Dior, sleek sharp wedges at Yves Saint Laurent, metallic toe-capped boots at Alexander McQueen, and buttery soft ballet-pumps at Chloe. The following are just some among 25 fabulous shoes of Paris Fashion Week.


 


Yves Saint Laurent





Yves Saint Laurent’s blue snakeskin platform with dainty contrasting straps is sculptured in two chunky pieces to almost resemble a wedge.


 


Christian Dior



Shoes of Christian Dior show off color and texture with feathers and tassels and purple.


 


Alexander McQueen




The shoes at Alexander McQueen are fantastical creations from nature with leaves, feathers or a castle. They are really awe-inspiring works of art.


 


John Galliano


 



Shoes in a rainbow of colors at John Galliano are for those who are angelic. The shoes are made of a delicious mix of materials like suede and leather.


 


Louis Vuitton


 



The shoes at Louis Vuitton are rich in tones of gold, red, and purple. Especially, the heels of the shoes (on the right) are curved into the shape of a hoof.


 


Chanel



At the first glance, Chanel’s shoe is really simple with twist on a classic boot. An unzipped flap gives the boot a fresh feeling.


 


Chloe



Chloe’s shoe with a two-toned lucite heel and clean lines is eye-catching. This shoe makes its contribution to spring’s more daring fashion.


 


Balenciaga



This shoe at Balenciaga is really for any discerning downtown diva. In colorful metallics with an-eye-catching buckle, the boot is chunky cut-out.


 


Miu Miu



Miu Miu’s shoe is eye-catching with a sleek feminine silhouette.


 


John Paul Gaultier



John Paul Gaultier’s two-toned shoe may make you more stylish and your day less stressful.


 


Rick Owens



Rick Owens’s signature minimalist designs with jade crackled leather wedges were offset by some other fabulous shoes at the fashion week. The shoe has a burst of frayed fabric at the ankle.


 


Felipe Oliveira Baptista



Felipe Oliveira Baptista’s shoe misses a key part of their anatomy-the in-step. It is really minimalist. It is certain that he sculptural pump will catch great attention for its provoking thought about traditional shoe design.


 


Tsumori Chisato



Tsumori Chisato’s designers have revitalized classic shoes. Tsumori Chisato presented a twist on the all-American saddle shoe.


 


Vanessa Bruno




With several contrasting colors of leather strap on a wood block base, Vanessa Bruno’s sandal is perfect for a stroll down the Champs Elysees avenue.


 


Lanvin



Moroccan-born Israeli fashion designer Alber Elbaz created unbelievably lustworthy shoe for Lanvin. Consumers may worry about tough detailing teetered on impossibly thin heels. However, the shoes have a Lucite wedge, which assure that the towering heel is till firm. Certainly, such sandalls will be really fun come for next season.


 






 


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