Would you wear any of these wacky shoes?
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Shoe Shenanigans1 of 15
By Shannan Rouss
From the gravity-defying to the downright bizarre, check out the 14 outrageous shoes from top designers.
Tootsie Pop2 of 15
No time for a pedi? These shoes (seen at Céline) create the illusion of perfectly groomed toes.
Boogie Woogie3 of 15
The platform sandals at Chanel had a '40s vibe—only with more clompy-ness.
Point Taken4 of 15
At Louis Vuitton, models balanced on "square-letto" heels with a seriously sharp toe.
Black Widow5 of 15
Just in time for Halloween, spiderweb-inspired shoes from Alexander McQueen.
Wood Shop6 of 15
Prefer a chunkier heel? You could try the wooden block on this backless ankle-bootie from John Galliano.
Gabbaland7 of 15
Fan of Yo Gabba Gabba! will appreciate this funkadelic footwear from Vivienne Westwood.
Big Bird8 of 15
Feathery yellow heels at Céline help dust floors in a pinch.
Disappearing Act9 of 15
Valentino offered this take on the Cinderella slipper: a transparent sling-back with a glass-like Lucite heel.
Tie One On10 of 15
Nylon sneaker laces gave Vanessa Bruno's "sandooties" some athletic appeal.
Hold On11 of 15
File this one under things we didn't know we needed: From Ann Demeulemeester, shoes with a convenient coffee-mug handle for easy carrying.
Santa's Helper12 of 15
At Jean Paul Gaultier, a turned-up toe on these bright red platforms created a certain elfin charm.
Thigh High13 of 15
At Paco Rabanne, gladiator sandals reached all the way up to models' miniskirts, for a garter-like effect.
A Leg Up14 of 15
We've seen sofa legs that look surprisingly similar to this rounded wood heel from Chalayan.
Looking Sharp15 of 15
Lest these embroidered Barbara Bui heels appear too pedestrian, silver spikes provide the requisite edginess.
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