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Thursday, November 12, 2009

Julian Hakes designed shoes that have no sole. Called Mojito, the design consists of a single piece that wraps around the wearer’s foot, forming support for the heel and ball. The product is made of carbon fibre, laminated with rubber on the side that touches the floor and leather on the side next to the skin.

Designed to look like a modern high-chair, the high-chair heels take your feet 6 inches off the ground so they sit almost vertical. This innovative design makes a bold fashion statement that is perhaps better seen in home décor, because it's a fashion accident waiting to happen.

Cost you only $1600. These Dior shoes were worn by Marion Cotillard at the Bike In-Style challenge winner announcement and awards ceremony at the LVMH Tower Magic Room on June 2, 2009, in New York City

London design duo Maki Aminaka (Löfvander)and Marcus Wilmont(Aminaka Wilmont), introduced their sole-less shoes in london last week during London Fashion week. The designers skipped their shoes’ soles altogether during the catwalk presentation and although the shoes are edgy and unique, I don’t know how many of us ladies would dare walk outside, on dirty pavements with bare feet!?

Suitable for party people. It has a bottle opener on each heel. All you need to pay is only $39.99 to get this shoes. Fashionable yet useful.

Most Disturbing Shoe: The Rat Shoe or maybe fish slippers

Artist Mike Leavitt is featuring a cardboard shoe show in NYC on April 18, 2009. The shoe designs, at a glance, don't look so unusual since the follow sneaker designs of popular shoe manufacturers. It's the material that makes them different. While it might be a great idea for a sustainable fashion statement, these shoes would hit the recycling box after an encounter with inclement weather.

Who says fashionistas can't be gamers too? This geeky shoe design features working retro Gameboys which can actually be removed and played. This multi-function fashion item serves both as a functional shoe and a portable entertainment system!

Duck shoes?

dunno hahaha...

Leaf Shoes

Banana  Shoes

Five fingers Shoes

Any idea?

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