But there’s something even more amazing than that about them. More
Topic: Stripper Shoes
It seems as though Jimmy Choo has started a trend. Not long ago, Lucite heels were relegated to the stages of gentlemen’s clubs, and the stages of gentlemen’s clubs only. Wearing a Lucite heel in public was essentially saying, “excuse me, I’m just getting off my shift at the Pussycat Lounge and I’ve forgotten to pack a change of footwear.” More
According to The New Yorker Christian Louboutin considers his heels “man-bait: men like high heels, and women like being liked by men.” But do men really like heels that much? Can any type of shoes be considered “man-bait?” We polled a random selection of our male friends for their opinions on women’s footwear. Get ready, we’re going to fling some sort of old fashioned opinions at you like a spike heel to the eyeball. More
It’s a well-established fact that stripping is a lucrative job. Some designers celebrate that fact by making shoes inspired by the towering lucite heels worn by exotic dancers the world over — but Jimmy Choo has taken it one step further. With his new line of crystal-studded shoes, he’s apparently decided to just go ahead and make high-end stripper shoes, as evidenced by the pair featured above. Made, I imagine, for the highest-earning peelers in the country, these shoes are even named after a stripper: Niagra.
This is an untapped niche, and I think we’re going to see Choo really come into his own as he expands to the world of exotic dance.
Oh, Little J, what has become of you? It seems like just yesterday you were yearning after yogurt on the steps of the Met with the popular girls, whereas now you’re flashing the crowd while onstage with your faux-rock band and announcing to magazines you wouldn’t fuck Tommy Lee seemingly without solicitation (I pray that Tommy Lee wouldn’t fuck you, either, Taylor Momsen, because you are 17 and he was 17 in 1979). Along the way, Momsen has worn some truly heinous outfits. She calls it “her style,” I call it “poor decision making.” Let’s have a look, shall we? More
When you pop onto a store’s website — say, Nordstrom’s — is there any phrase that you can think of that you would rather see on their shoe page than “high and mighty?” I don’t think so. Because that’s exactly … More