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15 Bizarre and Crazy High Heels You Must See to Believe

Who said you need clout like Lady Gaga’s to rock some of the craziest high heels available? If you dig around the internet a little, you’ll find that plenty of outlandish, outrageous and original shoe styles are all within reach.…

2016 Academy Awards: Alicia Vikander in Custom Made Louis Vuitton Metallic Lucite Heels

Alicia Vikander hit the red carpet in a gorgeous yellow dress at the 2016 Academy Awards held at the Dolby Theatre on Sunday in Hollywood. She is nominated this evening for Best Supporting Actress for her work in The Danish…

Jada Pinkett Smith in Custom-Dyed Jimmy Choo “Pearl” Sandals

Will Smith and his wife Jada Pinkett-Smith looked happy while posing together at the 2016 Golden Globe Awards held at the Beverly Hilton Hotel on Sunday in Beverly Hills. He was nominated for his work in Concussion in the Best…

Amber Rose Covers Up in Tacky $100 Bill-Printed Jumpsuit and Ugly Boots as She Enjoys Some Pampering at a Nail Salon

Amber Rose — typically one to bare it all — was spotted wearing a little more than usual leaving a nail salon in Beverly Hills on Wednesday. The 32-year-old model and fashion designer is often known for her risqué sartorial…

A Collection From a Galaxy Far, Far Away by Irregular Choice

Irregular Choice takes us to a galaxy far, far away with their new collection of footwear. We’re talking about their “Star Wars” collection. They aren’t the typical character slap-on designs either. Some of the designs are truly out of this…

Nicky Hilton Flashes Underwear and Gets Veil Stuck Under a Tire at Her Wedding

Weddings hardly ever go as planned. That couldn’t be truer for Nicky Hilton, who had not one but two major disasters happen on her wedding despite having the world’s best wedding stylists, planners, and suppliers at her disposal. The 31-year-old…

How BFFs Rihanna and Melissa Forde Do Sporty Street Style with PUMA Sneakers

Rihanna and Melissa Forde were spotted out shopping in NYC’s SoHo neighborhood on Friday. The BFFs for life were twinning once again in matching sporty street-style ensembles. Mel borrowed from the boys an ASSK wrap logo sweatshirt and shorts, while…

Watch: Katy Perry’s Super Bowl Halftime Show with 4 Costume Changes for One Pair of LaDuca Boots

It was go big or go home for Katy Perry at her 2015 Super Bowl Halftime Show performance, and with a show that included a giant mechanical tiger, dancing sharks, and both Lenny Kravitz and Missy Elliott, we can say…

You Can Now Buy Angelina Jolie’s Maleficent-Inspired Louboutin Wedges

Remember those shoes Christian Louboutin custom-made just for Angelina Jolie to wear during the Maleficent promo tour? The good news is that they can now be yours. Now dubbed the “Malangeli,” the sculpted wedge heels that Angelina herself had a…

Lady Gaga Wears Atelier Versace Gown and Skyscraper Platform Heels

We’re so used to seeing Lady Gaga with her crazy fashion that when she cleans up, we’re always taken aback. The eccentric artist left her meat dress at home (or in the fridge) and glammed up for the Oscars a…

Ariana Grande in Dolce & Gabbana Dress and Custom Aldo Pumps

Just a few days after attending a PETA event in leather wedge sneakers, Ariana Grande tried to be the cutest on the red carpet at the 2014 Grammy Awards on Sunday. The American actress, singer, and songwriter donned a black…

Stunning Shoe Designs by Tattoo Tina

According to her online biography, Tattoo Tina is a disabled artist originally from Sardinia. No, not the Italian island of Sardinia, but the village of Sardinia in Brown and Highland counties in Ohio. After graduating from the Southern State Community…

Weird Shoes: Jodie Marsh’s Incredibly Bizarre Shoe Collection

Jodie Marsh is a British television personality and former glamour model. She has recently pursued a career in professional body-building and is known for her outlandish fashion sense and interesting footwear choices. She has had plenty of spectacular and outrageous…
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