Models Take a Stand Against Alexander McQueen’s Shoes

We all think about walking in someone else’s and we always think it would be easier. Of course do this on a regular basis and they just make it look easy. can be one of the most challenging part of any catwalk show. Everyone thinks it’s so easy to be a model and so simple to walk down a catwalk.

Abbey Lee Kershaw fell at Rodarte’s spring 2009 show because of the shoes.  She, Sasha Pivovarova, and Natasha Poly all declined to wear the McQueen’s spring 2010 Alien 10" heels – the ones that Lady Gaga wore in her video Bad Romance. The shoes are considered so unique that they are protected by copyright!

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6 comments on “Models Take a Stand Against Alexander McQueen’s Shoes

  1. Make Do Style
    December 27, 2009 at 19:19

    I don’t blame them – it must be such a worry and an effort!

  2. nyla
    December 27, 2009 at 21:21

    They look like a cross between a shoe and a handbag. Either that or a lobster claw. Definitely painful looking. Also not to be worn by those prone to nosebleeds.

  3. Shoes And Fashion
    December 29, 2009 at 8:08

    Brilliant. So creative. Wearing those may help me making friend with anacondas and other amazonians pets.

  4. TS
    January 3, 2010 at 0:00

    There’s something a bit macabre (and ridiculous) about making girls who look like they’d blow over in strong winds wear these torture instruments.

  5. Syndromia
    January 29, 2010 at 4:04

    They look like a cross between ballet boots and a torture device, not that ballet boots are that far from torture themselves. Those are seriously ugly shoes.

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