Sneaker is the ordinary thing that we always see around us, when in school, when we go for work, when we go to take a walk. And it's really rare to see someone wear an expensive shoes. so, here i will show you "THE MOST EXPENSIVE SHOES IN THE WORLD". no need to talk anymore, check it out.
i will show 1-7 shoes, the first is:
1). PechePlatinum crocodile flip flop
article: The most expensive flip flops in the world are made with patent-pending technology and hand-matched crocodile straps. Furthermore, if your conscience won’t allow you to wear a crocodile skin on your foot, PechePlatinum assures us that selling shoes made of crocodiles and donating 5% of the profits to primate-friendly eco-groups somehow helps both the crocs and the monkeys.
2). Berluti Rapiécés Reprisés
article: These shoes, inspired by Andy Warhol, are notable for the patched appearance traditionally reserved for clothing. Because Warhol requested a visible patch only on his right shoe, each set includes an additional left shoe that remains unpatched.
3). Solitaire Kicks’ Nike Air Force One “So Cals”
article: The most expensive sneakers in the world were presented to rapper Big Boi at the Solitaire Kicks launch party in November 2007. Solitaire Kicks, a customization service offered by Laced Up Boutique in Atlanta, tricked these sneakers out with Nike logo cast in gold and adorned with 11-carat diamonds. The diamonds’ casings are affixed to the shoes by gold stitching.
4). Harry Winston’s Ruby Slippers
article: While the original ruby slippers worn by Judy Garland in The Wizard of Oz were made with sequins, these spectacular slippers designed by Ronald Winston of the House of Harry Winston to mark the classic movie’s fiftieth anniversary used real rubies. The slippers include 4,600 rubies totaling 1,350 carats (as well as 50 carats of diamonds) which took craftsman Javiar Barerra two months to set. Made in 1989, the world’s most expensive shoes were still on sale in 2000.
5). Slippers Worn by Indian Prince
article: In January 2006, the jeweled slippers were stolen from the Bata Shoe Museum in Toronto, Canada.
A few days later they were recovered thanks to an anonymous tipster. Experts examined the shoes and believe no damage had been done “though there is evidence the shoes have been worn”. A 35 year old man was arrested in connection to the robbery.
6). Ruby Slippers from “The Wizard of Oz”
article:While it is believed there were seven pairs created for 1939 movie classic “The Wizard of Oz”, the whereabouts of only four pairs are known.
One pair is in the Smithsonian; another was stolen in 2005 from the Judy Garland Museum and has yet to be recovered.
The last pair to come up for sale was in 2000, when it was sold at auction by Christie’s for $666,000.
7). Stuart Weitzman Tanzanite Heels
article: These eye-popping, $2M kicks were unveiled June 2008 in Las Vegas. No one has been photographed wearing them yet; it’s speculated that Mr. Weitzman created them for the Academy Awards in 2009.