Krazy Kicks

I was Googling shoes today and came across lots of unique footwear. I've always followed the motto that "shoes can make or break an outfit". However, I'm not sure what kinds of outfits could possibly be paired with these one-of-a-kind shoes in the first place. Nevertheless, they are still super fun to look at. Feast your eyes on these outrageous beauties...

French actress Marion Cotillard turned heads when she wore these interesting Dior shoes for an event in NYC. John Galliano designed them with each heel resembling the shape of a fertility goddess. Cotillard obviously wanted to draw attention to her statement shoes, so she wore an understated suit to complete the outfit.

Marloes ten Bhömer is a Dutch designer and true visionary when it comes to the subject of shoes. Her work experiments with art and technology, thus creating shoes in unconventional materials like vegetable tanned leather, carbon fibre, stainless steel, fiberglass, polyurethane resin, crepla, wood, tarpaulin and others . She allows women the opportunity to express themselves through an atypical style of footwear.

When Alexander McQueen's "armadillo" shoes hit the runway for Spring 2010, it was said that bloggers were voting on which celebrity would be the first to sport them. Is it any surprise that it was Lady Gaga? I think not. She wore these crazy and most likely uncomfortable designer kicks in her "Bad Romance" video.

Some fetish-inspired shoes. The girl on the left better not have any more cocktails or the walk home could be a dangerous one. On second thought, she should probably cab it.

A shoe for the music lover.

Who needs pepper spray when you can just wear these on a night out?

On Indonesian runways.

Stripper meets prom queen.

Wow! Now this is what I call industrial.

No heel, no toe, no problem. I bet these ladies get a killer work out every time they sport these shoes.

Valentino silk lace pumps and bohemian sandals/boots?

Happy shoe shopping this weekend folks!

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