Balmain Has Got Their Bootie Game on Lock for Fall 2014

Once mostly known as that brand that charges thousands of dollars for holey t-shirts, Balmain under Olivier Rousteing’s command has now become the go-to label for glitzy, blinged out, and intricately embellished party pieces. Balmain footwear that were once noted mostly for their out-of-this-world prices have changed their reputation, too. In the shoe world, Balmain is now synonymous with elaborately crafted booties that — dare we say it — are almost Alaia-like both in their intricacy and their ability to take our breaths away.

Balmain has gone a decidedly less glitzy route for fall 2014, having sent African-safari-inspired clothing in black, military green, and natural-hued animal prints down the runway. But the shoes, oh the shoes, are as detailed as always, with a tight knotting design as well as sharp and super-slim bamboo heels. Not exactly appropriate for fall and winter? Tell that to Rihanna, the Kardashian and Jenner sisters, and a slew of models and musicians who are sure to snap these shoes up along with the rest of Balmain’s strong following. 

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Balmain has got their bootie game on lock for the rest of the year. Now, check out the rest of the label’s fall 2014 collection, specifically the details of the looks that we love:

Balmain Fall 2014 runwayKnotted rope dresses at the Balmain fall 2014 fashion show

Balmain Fall 2014 detail 2Knotted rope dress detail

Balmain Fall 2014 runway 2Animal-inspired looks on the Balmain fall 2014 runway

Balmain Fall 2014 detailDetails of bamboo hoop earrings and African-inspired stacked collar necklace

Balmain Fall 2014 runway 3Leopard-printed pieces from the Balmain fall 2014 collection

Balmain Fall 2014 detail 1Detail of a folded leopard-printed skirt

Balmain Fall 2014 runway 1Military-inspired looks from the Balmain fall 2014 collection

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