It’s another shoe showdown between Mel B and Heidi Klum at the America’s Got Talent post-show on August 21. After having another successful show, the reality TV judges strut their stuff in cleavage-baring mini dresses and Christian Louboutin heels! Yup, both of them wore sandals from the same brand.
Let’s see them below, and let us know who had the best look and, of course, the best heels!
Heidi Klum in Christian Louboutin “Monocronana” Sandals
Heidi Klum wore her spring 2013 Louboutins together with her Kaufmanfranco linear shift dress. The sheer panel down the center of the sparkling crystal-embroidered dress showed off her cleavage, which seemed too much for the 40-year-old momma. Her Louboutins, on the other hand, definitely added some striking contrast to her entire look. They feature speckled ink stain heels, strappy cross straps in black leather at the ankles, and crisscross suede straps with spiked gold-tone studs at the front.
Do you find her look hot or tacky?
Heidi Klum at the America’s Got Talent post-show red carpet at Radio City Music Hall in New York City on August 21, 2013
Unfortunately, these heels can no longer be found online.
Christian Louboutin “Monocronana” Sandals (not available)
Melanie Brown in Christian Louboutin “Divinoche” Platform Sandals
Mel B wore the “Divinoche” sandals from Christian Louboutin’s fall 2012 collection, along with her Barbara Bui mini dress. Like Heidi, she also got her cleavage on full display. Her dress seemed too small for her, but it clearly revealed her curves. And since it’s already striking enough, Scary Spice opted to just have her heels in black; however, they’re not too simple. They feature crisscross straps in leather, ruched suede and patent leather straps at the front, 6 1/2 inch textured heels, and metallic snake-embossed platforms.
Love this look?
Mel B at the America’s Got Talent post-show red carpet at Radio City Music Hall in New York City on August 21, 2013
As mentioned above, these are from last year’s collection, which means most online retailers do not have them anymore.
Christian Louboutin “Divinoche” Crisscross Platform Sandals (not available)
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