Last year we posted Christian Louboutin’s fetish heels which were being both critically acclaimed and witch hunted with burning stakes and pitch forks all at the same time. Christian Louboutin had created his shoes for an art exhibit and had stated, quite matter-of-factly, that they were not designed to be of use in the everyday. Looks like someone didn’t get the memo. Beyonce and her dancers wore the pointe stilettos in a music video, but we’ll still classify that as “artistic representation”. It’s one thing to grin and bear it for a fashion, but these shoes aren’t even pretty or sexy or any other word you equate with good shoes. They just look bizarre and “costumey” and…well, fetish. Well, I guess that is the point, after all, no offense to those who use these in “play”, but thank God this look hasn’t caught on in Hollywood as an actual fashion trend…or have we spoken to soon? Knock on wood.
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