This garment undoubtedly exceeds the practical functionality for which it was created, becoming a symbol for any woman. Discover the shoes that remain in our retina for years.
Westwood shoes are the ones that tripped Naomi Campbell on the catwalk. With its exaggerated Drag Queen platform, its cartoony appearance and its three buckles to prevent falls from rebel top models, they have remained since 1993 in the first position of uncomfortable shoes.
They are decadent, grotesque, elevated and ultimately some shoes elevated to the art category, One of the celebrities that most uses them is Lady Gaga.
The classic square buckle shoe popularized by Catherine Deneuve in the movie 'Belle de Jour' is considered the most imitated shoe of all time.
Yves Saint Laurent surprised on the catwalks with his “Cage Ankle Boots”, caged ankle boots. It is a rather strange style but elegant at the same time. The heel is made of black leather with a very chic design that looks like a cage.
They are famous for dressing the feet of Judy Garland-Dorothy-in the movie The Wizard of Oz. With their red sequins and a very flirtatious bow, they are perfect for a childish look.
It is one of the basic shoes in the summer season. Currently, they can be seen in the streets and on the fashion runways, modernized and having acquired the new name of sandals instead of esparto espadrilles since, although they were traditionally made with elements such as hemp, they have adapted to current needs and to the requirements of the asphalt of the cities in front of their rural origin ....
Either you like them or you hate them but let me tell you that their success is well worth it and that it is enough that Beyonce, Rihanna or Sarah Jessica Parker show them to make them a must among all the girls.
Inspired by the male footwear, which had the dark tip to hide the spots, Coco Chanel devised a model that stylizes the leg, using that black-white suit.
The first time we saw a red sole was in 1993 when, without knowing it, the designer had launched not a style, but an icon for footwear. Copied to unsuspected limits, Louboutin has resorted to justice (we saw him more than a month ago) Right now he has a dispute in the Federal Court of Manhattan against Yves Saint Laurent and Carmen Steffens for the use of the red sole.
Talking about the shoes of the Canary designer, takes us directly to Carrie Bradshow, the character played by Sarah Jessica Parker in 'Sex in New York'. If they gave us to choose only one pair of shoes, we would undoubtedly stay with some model of this brand