DEBBIE WINGHAM HIGH HEELS – MOST EXPENSIVE SHOES, $ 15.1 MILLION
How much is too much for shoes? A thousand? Ten thousand? A hundred thousand? A million? Well, try 15.1 million. Commissioned as a birthday present, this frightfully expensive pair was designed by Debbie Wingham, who is no stranger when it comes to creating luxury items. The high heels are set with some of the costliest and rarest gemstones in the world, like blue and pink diamonds, which explains the ridiculous price tag. The body of the shoe is crafted from platinum while the plaque is pure gold. The remainder of these shoes is made of leather but feature 24-carat gold paint. 18-carat gold threat for used to stitch this priceless pair. Any of the above-mentioned shoes capture your fancy? They might be prohibitively expensive, but the dedication, effort, craftsmanship, and materials that go into their production make them a worthwhile investment for those rich enough to afford them.
STUART WEITZMAN TANZANITE HEELS – $2 MILLION
The third Stuart Weitzman entry on this list, these stiletto heels were the product of collaboration between Eddie Le Vian and Weitzman. Worth $2 million dollars, these heels are a grand sight to behold. After all, how could they not be, being adorned with tanzanite, a gemstone of extraordinary appearance? The straps feature 185 karats of tanzanite along with 28 carats of diamonds. What makes these shoes even more attractive is the fact that they are made of shining silver, giving them a delicate, ethereal look
TOM FORD CUSTOM BY JASON ARASHEBEN – $2 MILLION
When Nick Cannon hosted the 2014 America’s Got Talent, he wanted to make a statement. And he managed to surpass expectations by wearing a pair of $2 million all-diamond shoes. The Tom Ford shoes were custom designed by Jason Arasheben, the well-known jewelry designer, and they were a sight to behold. More than 14,000 full-cut round white diamonds were carefully set onto white gold. The total carat weight was a staggering 340 carats. The bedazzled shoes took more than 2,000 man-hours and almost a year to complete, and by the looks of it, were well worth it.
STUART WEITZMAN “MARILYN MONROE” SHOES – $1 MILLION
Inspired by the yesteryear star who famously crooned “Diamonds are a girl’s best friend”, Weitzman created these gorgeous shoes using crystals which Marilyn herself used to hear at one point of time. They took a lot of effort to create and it shows in the craftsmanship. Worn by Regina King at the 2005 Oscars, the shoes not only managed to make their presence felt at the event but also fetched a princely sum of $1 million at an auction.
NIKE AIR MAG 2016 – $26,000
If you’re a fan of sneakers, then this is one shoe you might consider taking out a second mortgage on your house for. The 2016 edition of the Air Mag was directly lifted from the cult 80’s sci-fi hit Back to the Future II. While the auto-lacing feature and lights in that pair were achieved using cinematic effects, 30 years later, all that technology has become a reality. These sneakers are battery-powered and feature a motor. Only 100 were manufactured by the brand, making them incredibly rare. Right now, these shoes command an average market price of $26,000.
NIZAM SIKANDAR JAH’S SHOES – $160,000
These shoes once belonged to Sikandar Jah, the 18 th century Nizam of Hyderabad. The delicate design is extremely complex and anything unlike you’ve seen before. The whole shoe is embroidered using gold thread and features numerous rubies, emeralds, diamonds, and other expensive gemstones. The shoes, valued at $160,000, were the property of a Toronto-based museum but were stolen. Thankfully, they were recovered but had sustained some damage in the process.
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