Simone Rocha's crazy furry flats kind of remind me of a pair of fluffy slippers my granny owns. Maybe that's why I love them! There's also an inverted widow's peak thing going on at the toe - Count Dracula meets Cousin It?
Pointed flats are my favourite kind of shoe at the moment, and this pair from Giorgio Armani is right up my street! There were other colours, too, but I don't think you can beat a good old monochrome stripe.
These offerings from Marni are like a cross between a 'sensible' sandal, a roll of electrical tape and a tyre... and I love them. I imagine them to feel super light and springy when you walk in them. Perfect for a day of sightseeing!
More fur! Or... feathers? Tinsel? Whatever that material is, I love these Rochas heels. Ridiculous, obviously, but in the best possible way. It would be impossible to be sad wearing these shoes!
Likewise these brilliant bow-bedecked heels from No.21. With huge golden satin bows tied to the side, could this be the ultimate princess shoe? Cinderella, eat your heart out!
I love these 70s-style clog/platform heels from Prada - and the carpeted catwalk is awesome too! There were tonnes of different styles to choose from, but I love the opulence of a decorated heel, toughened up by the studs in the leather.
And last but not least... Dolce & Gabbana seem to create my favourite everything, every season, and these shoes are no exception. A perfectly elegant and refined shape, with just the right amount of unusual embellishments.