And now let's get into the platforms! Flat ones made quite the appearances which I'm totally stoked on because these are perfect for stomping around the city in comfort. There were sparkly platforms at Marc Jacobs and crazy strappy ones (with what I'm imagining is an all-over pearl print, because how awesome would that be?) from Chanel.
Chanel also did a super cute version in yellow velvet with a little cutout in the platform, but those weren't NEAR as awesome as Acne's CRAZY faceted wooden platforms. I love that they never disappoint with their ridiculous shoe offerings.
At Fendi the platforms got a mixture of colors and textures and I'm especially into the leather strap that goes around the ankle and covers a bit of the wedge. In a similar style, Phillip Lim's weird quasi-tromp l'oeil amish-buckle shoes are too good for words. That little triangle of leather covering the back of the wedge and insinuating a deconstructed heel is truly something else.
Rodarte also did their wood carvings on super chunky heels complete with wood-grain leather straps (I need wood grain everything in my life). At Versus Christopher Kane did the best update on the 90's mary-jane with floral prints and cool intertwined t-straps in a pointy spectator style (and the kitchen sink, yeah, but they are great!).
Keep it weird kids!
All these shoes are awesome, sure, but only one woman went above and beyond in bringing all my wildest shoe dreams come true.
Yup, you guessed it, it was Miuccia.
Which ones were your favorite?