15 Most Fashionable High Heels

Seriously, who doesn’t like shoes? For most women, they are not only one of the most important parts of their outfit, but also a type of self expression. Which pair of these amazing shoes would you wear?

15. Brian Atwood

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Many of Brian Atwood’s basic shoes cost minimum $600. The former fashion model launched his eponymous label in 2001 and soon became a hit. His shoes are carefully manufactured in Italy before being exported to the United States or elsewhere.

14. Alexander McQueen

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The creations of the English designer have always defined bold in the most extreme way with a little misery in them. The impossibly preposterous heels combine designs of centuries in them. Their price is usually between $600 and $1500.

13. Walter Steiger

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The Swiss designer is popular due to his unique and innovative designs. In fact, Steiger is especially known for his curvy heels, a shape difficult to nail in a shoe. The shoes start in a $500 range and are prices well into the thousands.

12. Casadei

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Founded in 1958 by Quinto and Flora Casadei, the luxury Italian shoe brand uses only exclusive materials and each pair of shoes are finished by hand. Although the latest Swarovski Crystal 120mm Daisy Pumps cost $2,415, they are barely available.

11. Christian Loubutin

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If you haven’t heard the name of the Loubutin you must have seen heels with bright red soles. This is the signature of the Parisian designer, who burst into the fashion world in 1991. These Miss Taos beaded pumps cost $2,495.

10. Alaïa

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These black Python Ankle Boots costing $2,500 were designed by Azzedine Alaïa, a Tunisian-born, Parisian-based fashion designer. He established his company in the 70’s and became particularly successful in the 80’s.

9. Gianvito Rossi

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Gianvito learned from his father Sergio Rossi and only debuted a decade ago but is already well known in the world of fashion. He creates elegant, chic and surprisingly comfortable designs. The $2,745 laser-cut open-toe leather knee boot is one of the many wonderful heels.

8. Roger Vivier

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Thanks to his decorative, sculptural shoes the French designer is often called ‘Fabergé of Footwear’. His Lasso Pearly Ankle-Wrap Sandals, which are made of satin and metallic leather and has a pearly beaded heel counter, cost $3,350.

7. Dolce & Gabbana

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These Velvet Embellished Painted Platforms from the two Italian fashion moguls Stefano Gabbana and Domenico Dolce would cost you $3,495. Statement prints, concise detailing and references to Sicilian style are all evident in most of their collections.

6. Rene Caovilla

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The Italian designer learned the art of shoemaking from his father, and has worked with some of the world’s most prestigious haute couture houses. So $3,600 for the leather booties with allover Swarovski crystals don’t even seem that much.

5. Givenchy

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The French Hubert de Givenchy started his company in 1952 and become an important part of the fashion world. These screw-inspired stiletto leather thigh boots from Givenchy are called ‘Nunka’ cost $3,625.

4. Louis Vuitton

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It is one of the most expensive shoe brands in the world. Louis Vuitton has been around since 1854 and has won many awards in the industry since. No surprise Cosplay Low Boots cost $3,800.

3. Christian Loubutin

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This luxurious brand have another pair of really expensive shoes. $3,945 is the price of the ‘So Kate’ leopard-print strass crystal heels.

2. Manolo Blahnik

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Although the first shoes were made in the 1970’s, popular series Sex and the City made the award winning fashion brand a household name. The designer’s Zarina Embroidered Suede Boots cost $4,380.

1. Jimmy Choo

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Jimmy Choo is known for almost everyone, his high heels are especially popular among Hollywood celebrities. The crystal covered pointy toe pump called ‘Cinderella Slipper’ costs $4,595.

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