The £1,800 fashion sensation: the amazing high heels that don't have a heel

For the bargain price of £1,800, the wearer will get to totter around with all her weight balanced on a thickened platform sole.
Unsurprisingly, fashionistas are jostling to buy a pair.
Stars including Gwyneth Paltrow and Uma Thurman invested in a black patent version costing more than £1,100, shortly after they were unveiled in Berardi's spring/summer collection in Paris.
And Victoria Beckham apparently has a snakeskin pair.
They are going on sale in Browns stores in London, where they have to be ordered up to five weeks in advance.
Lincolnshire-born Berardi, 39, said he was inspired by Latin American music and 1980s post-modernism, adding: "When you walk, it is almost on tiptoe. You look really dainty."

1 What you Think?:

Freckles at: September 22, 2009 at 11:19 PM said...

I am going to pass on this BS. I love shoes and I love the way that I look in them. When I am in the shoe store I look at the heel of the shoe to see my meter of sexy in them. These heeless joints are not the business and seem like more trouble than they are worth.


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