• Gold brocade heels at Christian Siriano.

    Photo: Arun Nevader/Getty Images for Payless ShoeSource
  • Tall textured boots at Christian Siriano.

    Photo: Arun Nevader/Getty Images for Payless ShoeSource
  • Black pumps at Christian Siriano with a gold, fan-like detail.

    Photo: Arun Nevader/Getty Images for Payless ShoeSource
  • Lace-up, pointy-toe ankle boots at Christian Siriano.

    Photo: Arun Nevader/Getty Images for Payless ShoeSource
  • Bright red pumps adorned with gold rings at Christian Siriano.

    Photo: Arun Nevader/Getty Images for Payless ShoeSource
  • The much-discussed "sweater mules" at Alexander Wang.

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  • Another view of the shoes at Alexander Wang, which left the backs of the models' ankles exposed.

    Photo: Brian Ach/Getty Images
  • Snakeskin buckled stilettos at Yigal Azrouel.

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  • An over-the-knee boot and stiletto hybrid at BCBG.

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  • Modern, black-and-white boots at Helmut Lang.

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  • Towering lace-up booties at Jason Wu.

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  • Peep-toe stilettos with collars and bow-ties at Kate Spade.

    Photo: ImaxTree/ImaxTree
  • Two-tone tasseled flats at Band of Outsiders.

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  • Cap-toe zippered booties at Band of Outsiders.

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  • Towering snakeskin boots, rendered in a metallic hue at Kenneth Cole.

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  • Lace-up red velvet boots at Kenneth Cole.

    Photo: ImaxTree/ImaxTree
  • Red and white platform clogs at the Chloe Sevigny for Opening Ceremony presentation

    Photo: Mark Von Holden/Getty Images
  • These jaw-dropping platform loafers at Tory Burch resemble tropical fish scales.

    Photo: ImaxTree/ImaxTree
  • Cap toe Mary Janes at Tory Burch with some serious embellishments at the heel.

    Photo: ImaxTree/ImaxTree
  • Towering, silver-and-black lace-up booties at Rodarte.

    Photo: Arun Nevader/Getty Images
  • Pale platform booties and pumps backstage at Karen Walker.

    Photo: Ilya S. Savenok/Getty Images
  • Purple-and-black knitted leather lace-up booties at Oscar de la Renta.

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  • Knitted, two-tone leather pumps at Oscar de la Renta.

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  • Sumptuous velvet pumps with an architectural heel at Oscar de la Renta.

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Shoe Porn: The Wildest Shoes on the Fall 2013 Runways

Shoe Porn: The Wildest Shoes on the Fall 2013 Runways

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While most of the attention during New York Fashion Week is focused on the runway fashion and the star wattage on the front row, the accessories in each collection are increasingly getting more time in the spotlight.

In addition to statement-making handbags and over-the-top accessories (hello, fur mittens), we tend to pay special attention to shoes, and with good reason: even in the worst of economic times, shoppers will still spend money on an outfit-changing pair of heels.

From the thigh-high buckled boots at Prabal Gurung to the glittery heels at Christian Siriano, we’ve rounded up some of the most jaw-dropping shoes to hit the New York Fashion Week runways for your pinning (and drooling) pleasure.

Which pair is your favorite? Weigh in below!

  • http://gravatar.com/mizcaliflower Deborah

    good thing I already have lots of shoes… these are all hideous.
    I get it that runway crap is just that… runway crap, but unfortunately it tends to spill over into society. Too many people think because it’s on the runway at fashion week that it must be the new trend. Not so….
    This is a sad testament to style/stylish.

    • JJ

      I agree with the Deborah, they’re all pretty ugly. I can imagine seeing some fashion victim walk around in these.

  • Karen

    I thought this site was about personal style and not showcasing silly runway fashion trends.

  • http://Stylecaster Mary Ann Arlotta

    Runway styles provide what trends to expect. Personally the clogs and sweater boots are hideous, but what is still in, low-cut boots, tie-up shoes are everywhere and mile-high platforms are out

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