At first I thought they were made for some fancy Cinderella moment. No. it’s an “ordinary” stiletto with a less ordinary shape and price: $150,000.
The jewelers creators, House of Borgezie (and more specifically British Jeweler Christopher Michael Shellis), admitted they had to reinvent the entire shoe concept in order to (hand) make this Eternal Diamond stiletto with 2,200 diamonds. Of course there’s a waiting list. Our beloved celeb, as much as they love being unique, they love snobbery acquisitions even more: music, modeling and football big names stand in row for the Eternal Diamond stilettos. Imagine wearing these wonders! Worry much? Don’t! The Eternal Diamond Stilettos have a 1,000 year guarantee! Where’s that list?
the shoe is very beautiful indeed, but the concept is silly in itself ,given the actual economic crises…ok, the ones who buys it does not suffer with the crises, but the only idea to walk on diamonds is out of this world.
I second that.
I’m not sure what they had to “reinvent” I’ve seen that heel style before on 1940s shoes, and the strap design is fairly average.
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