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Outrageous, outlandish, eccentric designer heels

Last year, Christian Louboutin showcased some of his notorious prized possession in London celebrating 20 years of outlandish heel designs and thousands of people flocked the Museum of Design in London to witness this event. From his spiked heels and unwearable ballet heels to his knee high gladiator sandals, this display of couture shoes wasn’t just another fashion event, it was an event meant to evoke art and inspire creativity while leaving you wondering what else this French couturier may create.

So in honor of all fashion rebels out there, we’ve compiled our list of outrageous, outlandish and eccentric designer heels. Who knows, the next rebellious designer may be lurking behind that computer screen – so get inspired!

Armadillo by Alexander McQueen

Armadillo by Alexander McQueen

The Blond Ambition by Kobi Levi

The Blond Ambition by Kobi Levi

Blow By Kobi Levi

Blow By Kobi Levi

Chewing Gum By Kobi Levi

Chewing Gum By Kobi Levi

Fang by Iris Van Herpen

Fang by Iris Van Herpen

Invisible Shoes by Andreia Chaves

Invisible Shoes by Andreia Chaves

Lady Romanesque by Noritaka Tatehana

Lady Romanesque by Noritaka Tatehana

Lauren Tennenbaum Heels

Lauren Tennenbaum Heels

Mojito by Julian Hakes

Mojito by Julian Hakes

Vivienne Westwood heels

Vivienne Westwood heels

X United by Iris Van Herpen

X United by Iris Van Herpen

 

Nicola Formichetti’s Nicopanda Shoes

Valentino’s Garavani Stilettos

Jan Taminiau Haute Couture Shoes

Max Kibardin’s Pink Spike Stilletto Shoes

Alexander McQueen’s Plato Atlantis

Jan Taminiau’s Haute Couture Shoes

Dolce & Gabanna’s footwear from the 2012 Fall Collection

Christian Dior’s Goddess Heels

Alexander McQueen’s Armadillo

Jon Galliano’s Pom Pom Heels

Christian Louboutin’s High Heel Ballet Shoes

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