In my humble opinion, the pants next season will be wide and long, the shoes therefore should be pointy and sleek to balance out the proportions. I like a play on classics so I am not posting anything outrageous, just beautifully crafted shoes.
Balmain’s Olivier Rousteing used ropes and gold – one of the most luxurious combinations – with an ode to Greek and Roman times, he called his girls the Balmain Army, I believed him.
Givenchy’s Ricardo Tisci is looking away from the street, hence the less practical shoe that needs a personal driver. But they are exquisite.
Alexander Wang for Balenciaga is thinking classic with a twist. I like the unconventional details that takes a seasoned fashion lover to really get excited about. I am definitely one of them.
all photos from http://www.style.com