Comfort ruled supreme on the Spring/Summer 2017 runways—but was it at the expense of style?
London-based Kane literally made headlines around the world when he sent bejewelled Crocs down his Spring 2017 runway. Our verdict: Gardening chic.
Consider these a rather elevated version of the shower shoe you wore in your dorm room days.
These boots, designed by avant-garde street style visionary Shayne Oliver, literally don’t know whether they’re coming or going.
Mismatched shoes? Absolutely, if Céline designer Phoebe Philo has anything to do with it. No word on how to style these in the real world, without looking—er—insane.
Radical environmentalist Westwood put clogs on the runway, alongside Birkenstock-style sandals and models in micro-ponchos.
Noted eccentric John Galliano continued to straddle the line between genius and madness with these brightly coloured Teva-inspired sandals.
Talk about a statement shoe: No one will dare mess with you in these studded, steel-toed combat boots.
Rei Kawakubo is best known for her high-concept, avant-garde aesthetic, so we were pleasantly surprised by the wearability of the stark white moon boots she showed off for Spring.
Designer Thornton Bregazzi teamed up with UGG to make these flip-flop flatforms. (Try saying “flip-flop flatforms” five times fast!)
Marc Jacobs’ platform boots look like the kind of thing favoured by animé characters like Sailor Moon. Maybe because you have to be a superhero to walk in 7-inch heels!