Australian women are stunned by the latest BIZARRE & # 39; one-toe & # 39; footwear trend of fashion – so would you be brave enough to step into these quirky (and expensive) shoes?
- A new footwear trend has divided critics and left Australian fashionistas bewildered
- The & # 39; one-toe whole & # 39; was made famous by the Paris label Y / Project
- In the retail trade for $ 1,000, the design was branded as a total faux pas by celebrity stylists
- But quirky shoes have been made popular by Kim Kardashian and Kendall Jenner
- Vogue Australia fashion director Christine Centenera is also a fan of kooky heels
First came the clumsy dad shoes. Then the flip-flop with high heels.
Step into the heel with one toe, the newest bizarre shoe trend that divides Australian critics and leaves fashionistas completely bewildered.
The eccentric and decidedly expensive shoe can be seen for the first time on the spring / summer catwalk on the Paris label Y / Project, and costs $ 1,269 AUD and is sold out in almost all colors.
But Australia's leading celebrity stylist Elliot Garnaut warns against design investment and even goes so far as to make the shoes a & # 39; meaningless faux pas & # 39; are called.
The heel with one toe of the eccentric Paris label Y / Project (shown on the SS19 catwalk) appears to be divided among fashion insiders
Mr. Garnaut, who has worked with the Australian supermodel Shanina Shaik and Elyse Knowles, told News.com.au: & # 39; I am all for the diversification of trends on the runway … but this leaves me not only – but also my pedicure – baffled. & # 39;
The renowned fashion world Refinery29 said that & # 39; shoes with a big nose & # 39; the wearer the & # 39; effect of split hooves & # 39; to give.
Yet it is clear that the preference for an exposed big toe is shared by a considerable number of people, while the stock is flying off the shelves.
Y / Project & # 39; s Open toe printed leather mules ($ 1,269 AUD) are described as both modern and edgy, while they are feminine, cool and fashion-conscious & # 39; to be Stylebop.
And at least one major voice in the Australian style industry probably agrees with this assessment, namely fashion director Christine Centenera from Vogue Australia.
Y / Project & # 39; s $ 1,269 AUD open toe printed leather mules (photo) are described as both modern and edgy while they share equal, feminine, cool and fashion conscious & # 39; to be
Australian celebrity stylist Elliot Garnaut (photo) called the heel with one toe a & # 39; meaningless faux pas & # 39;
Mrs. Centenera, who regularly posts Instagram photos with famous A-list friends, including Phoebe Tonkin, Rosie Huntington-Whitely, and Rihanna, is often photographed in a few Céline & # 39; Pirate & # 39; mules, a style from the era of the iconic designer Phoebe Philo.
The original & # 39; Pirate Mule & # 39; was initially considered as equally divided as the Y / Project release.
The style of Philo, launched in 2017, hid the big toe while the remaining numbers remained visible.
Apparently still popular, the quirky shoes can collect up to $ 1,000 on resale sites such as eBay, The Real Real and Depop.
Vogue Australia's fashion director Christine Centenera can be seen in Celine & # 39; s Pirate mules during the Paris Haute Couture fall / winter week in July 2018
It is not the first time that Y / Project has pushed the boundaries of tailoring.
In March, Y / Project raised eyebrows with its $ 470 high-cut short shorts with a zipper at the front with a high waist and a waistband with buttons.
The crazy design followed the 2017 offer of the $ 625 detachable jeans label that can be unhooked just below the crotch and turned into dazzling hot pants in seconds.
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