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Catwalk shoes have taken on a form of their own- often resembling complex works of art or architectural forms rather than footwear. It’s all part of the fantasy and imagination of the fashion world, and let’s face it; we have always been a shoe-obsessed society which only adds to our delight when we see these magnificent creations.
Each season we see a myriad of shoes on the catwalk that range from beautiful to barbaric. Here is a look at the weird and wonderful shoes that have graced the catwalks recently. Are they killer heels or wearable works of art? You decide.
Platform, skyscraper heel, zipper, knotted leather- these Burberry Prorsum Spring 2010 heels combine four trends in one- five if you count wearing heels with socks as the new thing for 2010. (Photo credit: style.com)
Alexander McQueen’s armadillo 12-inch platforms were point blank refused by some models because of their extreme height and shape, and his fossil-inspired heels left everyone speechless. (Photo credit: style.com)
Whether your verdict is wearable works of art or killer heels, there is no denying that these designers have taken heels to a whole new level!