10 Of The Most Expensive Shoes in the World In 2019
4 Tanzanite Heels - Stuart Weitzman
Stuart Weitzman loves a collaboration with jewelry designers, and for this jaw-dropping pair of stilettos, he turned to French designer Eddie LeVian, who is known for bold colors and designs. Here, they have managed to set bright blue tanzanites (with a weight of 185 carats) within platinum, on a silver leather ankle strap. However, they didn't stop there. As if tanzanites dripping down your ankles wasn't enough, they've peppered these shoes with diamonds so sparkly that they look like stars.
This is taking footwear to a whole other level; these shoes are more like high-end jewelry for your feet than something to walk in. All you have to do to get your hands on them is pay a cool $1,000,000...per shoe.
3 Cinderella Slippers - Stuart Weitzman
How many little girls have grown up wanting a pair of Cinderella's glass slippers? Thousands, probably - no - millions. So far, Stuart Weitzman hasn't quite managed to create a pair of shoes out of glass (although with the things this man can create for your feet, I wouldn't be surprised if he pulls it out of the bag), but he has gone one step further, by creating these Cinderella Slippers. Yes, I actually said it. These shoes are better than Cinderella's. 565 Kwait diamonds have been arranged in two straps which look like lace, which sit over the foot and the toes. The right sandal contains a single, very rare 5 carat amaretto diamond, which cost a million dollars on its own.
Alison Krauss was the singer who lived every little girl's dream by wearing these Cinderella Slippers on the red carpet back in 2004.