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05 December 2023 ( 127 views )
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14 Weirdest Shoes On The Red Carpet

Celebrities often step out in the most extravagant outfits on the red carpet. It's their way of showing their creativity and boldness, setting new fashion trends, and inspiring others. Of course, most stars go all out with the dress, jewelry, and makeup, but they often play it safe with their shoes. But not all of them, oh no! There are those who throw caution to the wind and give the fashion police a heart attack with some seriously bizarre kicks.
Buckle up, you are about to witness the strangest of all strange shoes. Who needs practicality when you can make a statement? We truly don’t know what’s worse: platforms that straight up look like goat’s heels, or furry boots that make us want to pet the wearer's feet.
So whether you're a fashionista looking for inspiration (or just a good laugh), or you're simply curious about what kind of footwear the rich and famous are rocking these days, keep reading.

#1 Lady Gaga

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#2 Beyoncé

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#3 Nicki Minaj

Source: AFP / East News


#4 Marion Cotillard

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#5 Daphne Guinness

Source: AFP / East News


#6 Tessa Thompson

Source: Gilbert Flores / Broadimage / East News


#7 Doja Cat

Source: JA / Everett Collection / East News, Invision / Invision / East News


#8 Julia Fox

Source: Kristin Callahan / Everett Collection / East News


#9 Kim Kardashian

Source: Kristin Callahan / Everett Collection / East News


#10 Naomi Campbell

Source: Scott Garfitt / Invision / East News


#11 Julianne Moore

Source: East News


#12 Katy Perry

Source: Guignebourg Denis / ABACA / East News

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