For the high-end shoe lovers who treasure their shoes, Kathryn Wilson, New Zealand's most successful footwear designer, has teamed up with Sarah Hutchings of
“Like most women, I have a lifelong love of shoes. Creating a dream shoe appeals to the princess inside me and, I'm sure, most girls out there," says Sarah Hutchings.
Though the one-off shoe can’t be worn in Cindrella style, but as Wilson says, “that's what fairytales are all about.”
The $500,000 diamond shoe displayed in a specially made Perspex box, will be on display at the Orsini Fine Jewellery showroom in Auckland (244 Parnell Road) – heavily guarded by a security team, on October 5th. The shoe will later go on sale in a silent auction at Wilson's 2013 autumn/winter collection launch in Auckland. Proceeds from the sale will go to Ronald McDonald House, for which Wilson is an ambassador.
While this diamond-studded heel is the perfect artwork for the shoe connoisseurs, dressing-up in Cindrella style shoes is no longer a dream. Besides the world’s most expensive shoes spotted at celebrity red carpet appearances, recently,
Also, we have earlier told you about Q by Pasquale's bejeweled glass slippers for dressing up fairy tale style.