Hate is a strong word. A strong, accurate word. (All images of feet have been censored).
Because drawing on your shoes isn’t just for high school theatre kids anymore.
Mattel is missing out on an obvious cash-in. These shoes are wasted as mere doll accessories.
Jeffrey Campbell built an empire on shoes that look impossible to walk in, but are actually comfortable. But who is he, and why is he so secretive?
G.H. Bass & Co. re-imagine the penny, but WITH PLAID. You might say this makes no cents.
The fast fashion retailer is FINALLY selling clothes (and home goods!) to U.S. customers online. Cat dresses included.
“I’ve got about eight pairs of shoes and that’s it.”
Shoes you’ll want to wear all summer long.
One of the world’s most famous shoe designers says, “I never forget that shoes also have to please men.”
Album art looks really good on your kicks too.
Fashionable, sure, but painful? Almost definitely. #FreeKimsFeet
If you didn’t hate wearing heels already, don’t worry! You will.
Because there’s no such thing as a classy thong for your feet.
A fitting tribute.
Or at least, footwear just generally.
Why walk around in frumpy footwear when you can take your heels to another level for relatively little time and money? Get out your glitter and your glue gun and follow along with these sweet DIY tutorials, because plain pumps are so passe.
Step one: Surround yourself with gays and money. Step two: Drink.
Not that that will stop everyone from wanting them really badly anyway since they were on the Paris runways, and all.
None of this ever had to happen. (But what do you bet you owned at least a couple of these shoes.)
The question isn’t why Refinery29 sent their dog to NYFW with a camera. The question is why everyone didn’t send their dog to NYFW with a camera.
Remember the jelly sandals of your youth? These are like clear jelly boots.
Give basic black shoes a face-lift with easy studding you can do yourself.
Jesus Christ. No. Just no.
These scary shoes are by Leanie van der Vyver.
It’s fashion with a little extra bite.
It doesn’t matter how old, dirty or hole-y your Chuck Taylors are. You can fix them right up like new designer shoes in no time.