OK: I think it’s time for shoe designers to step away from the platform-making machine, don’t you?
Don’t get me wrong: I’m a big Brian Atwood fan. My love for his shoes is almost as big as… well, the platform on this one, basically. But these? These look to me like they’ve just eaten something. Something HUGE. Something they really shouldn’t have eaten, because LOOK AT THE SIZE OF THEIR
Either that, or these are actually pregnant with lots of little shoes. That would be… kinda cool? OK, no, you’re right, it wouldn’t.
Is it just me? What do you think of these, folks? Shoeperheroes, or Shoepervillains?
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Looks quite villainous to me! They remind me of shoes short guys wear to be taller. I like platforms ala Charlotte Olympia.
Definitely a super villain if you VERY likely to break you ankle wearing them!
This also reminds me of Naomi Campbell trying to walk in the skyscraper platform shoes at the Vivienne Westwood show.
Vivienne Westwood is awesome but these shoes are not.
Too stripper, me thinks. Even without the perspex.
It looks like something an “upclass” stripper would wear. With a platform that high, the only other accessory I can see going with that would be a dancer’s pole.
Awful. What on earth was he thinking?
Whyyyyy peep toes?!? I have never understood.. if you want to wear something so clunky on your feet, why would you want your toes to stick out?!
I’m a huge Brian Atwood fan too. But no! I agree that they look like stripper shoes. Shoepervillains for sure.
pardon me, but I think I’ve just had a shoe-gazm. does anyone want to rob a bank, shoot down the cops, and drive the getaway car straight to brian atwood? call me, i’ll meet you in five…
These just scream ‘stripper’ to me!
Absolutely, positively, hideous.
Platform’s OK, peep toe’s OK – it’s that thick heel I don’t like!
He he…the new Louboutin Highness is the same deal…Daf with an open toe