• MaggieMae

    Nay. MAYBE, just maybe, if we switch some of those to a chunky heel. But that material for that type of wedge looks unbalanced.

  • @Biting Panda

    NAY. Do I even want to know how much these monstrosities cost?

    • Jessica Freeman

      No. No you do not.

    • demidaemon

      Probably not, since it looks like each pair took five dollars to make. At most.

      • myandyleigh

        They do look incredibly cheap, and godawful ugly on top of it. If I were inclined to ruin my feet and knees, which I’m not, it wouldn’t be with any of these monstrosities.

        • demidaemon

          AS it should be. Save your feet for the pretty and comfortable, I say.

      • MoHub

        They have Payless written all over them.

    • ChaquitaPhilly

      If you have to ask…

  • Introspective

    fugly and hurtful?

    No. hell fucking no.

    • ScarlettHarlot

      Right on!

  • Emily Smith

    Huh. One of them looks like they raided someones lego box.

    • gabbilevy

      I was thinking “Erector Set Super Footwear Construction Collection”

      • Emily Smith

        Oh yes, very erector set.

    • barbarienne

      First thing I thought. My fingers are itching to get Legos and stick them to the sides of some of these. Which in some cases might improve them.

    • YoungSally

      Cheese legos

    • what not

      Connect Four!

      • kimmeister

        That’s exactly what I got.

    • GeoDiva

      Legos! I was thinking the same thing… especially since the Lego Movie is so popular. “Everything is Awesome!”

    • makeityourself

      Yes, and it immediately reminded me of how many times I stepped on my son’s Legos while walking through his room in the dark. Those things hurt like a bitch, and if you’ve done it you know what I mean.

      So, no. I don’t like the shoes.

  • Betsy

    Ouch. No.

    • Dam_Angel

      All I see are unmanicured toes and tortured sore feet.

  • your face

    Were these made with a 3-D printer? NAY.

  • MoHub

    Who hates women’s feet? Prada does!

    • leahpapa

      26 bones + 33 joints + 1 Italian designer’s sophomoric disregard for physics = I’m sorry, ma’am, your plan doesn’t cover that kind of podiatric therapy.

  • Nancer

    These shoes are a crime against women’s feet! And they are also really, truly, deeply ugly.

  • Claudia Fernandes

    Well, first thought in Nay, but thinking about this spring+summer, these are a little better

  • SayWhaaatNow

    LEGOs partnership with Prada.

    • Farthingale

      And the movie “Metropolis”.

      • Constant Reader

        I saw that too! In fact, the metallic Art-Deco-y T-strap shoes are the only ones I like (#7 and #13).

        • Eclectic Mayhem

          I came here to say that exact same thing. *high five*

  • Capt. Renault

    Meccano. Neat.

    • Eclectic Mayhem

      Yes!

      Oh and for the US Bitter Kittens I offer this UK/US translation service *clears throat*

      Meccano = Erector Set.

  • Sara Brams-Miller

    Kinda love some of those. Not gonna lie. . .

    • marlie

      You would. 😉

      • Sara Brams-Miller

        Hah. Come on now. You know I’d rock a few of those silvery sandals.

        • marlie

          Fortunately for you, they’re the only ones that I even remotely like.

  • luludexter

    no no no

  • http://foodycat.blogspot.co.uk/ Alicia

    NAY – both hideous and very uncomfy-looking.

    • ConnieBV

      And the SMELL. No.

  • LilyVanessi

    Not in a million years. Particularly in shoes, I’m all for a little pain with beauty, but these just look painful without the redeeming quality of being interesting or sexy or remotely cute. Big ol’ NAY.

  • SugarSnap108

    I have a sudden, overwhelming desire to play Connect Four.

    • Farthingale

      At least tithe re would be a redeeming quality–diversion!

    • zuzu

      Pretty sneaky, sis.

  • marlie

    Some of these are sort of interesting, but there’s a whole lot of WTFery, too. Overall, the whole collection is a NAY.

  • Loramir

    A very hearty NAY. Hideous.

  • decormaven

    I get a Flash Gordon vibe from these. Nay, because these are bit too editorial.

  • Jaeda Laurez

    The opentoed black and gold sandals, i really like. But a lot of these, as has been mentioned, look like Lego pieces, or Connect 4 grids. No ma’am. Not for Prada money, that’s for darn sure.

  • suzq

    High heeled Lego Crocs! A big, fat no. Even the toes are trying to make their escape from one pair….

    • Gatto Nero

      The too-small ones on the model’s feet are killing me.

      • SewingSiren

        That puts me in mind of women from my grandmother’s era. They always wore their shoes too small. Having small feet must have been a very big deal, because they wore these really tight small shoes even into old age.

        • Farthingale

          Ouch.

        • Gatto Nero

          Yes. And my grandmothers and aunts had the deformed feet to prove it.

        • myandyleigh

          It was a thing to have tiny feet, as well as hands and waists. The waists were cinched so you couldn’t breath, the shoes were as tiny as possible and gloves were deployed to disguise large hands. Women were supposed to be dainty little pieces of fluff.

          • SewingSiren

            Well my grandmothers were expected to work hard , and they did (harder than my grandfathers by my reckoning) .
            But they wore those damned tiny shoes while doing it. Maybe that’s why one of them was so grouchy.

  • SewingSiren

    I wouldn’t pay a designer price for these because they will be dated in a season, but at a Target price point, why not?

  • Anna

    The Lego Room of Pain for your feet. Just brutal. NAY.

  • Michele

    Nay! They all look so painful and the first couple look like they were inspired by The Lego Movie!

  • Kathy

    Just say no.

  • Farthingale

    When the foot model’s feet look ugly, you know the shoes are bad.

  • Jessica Freeman

    I love me a wedge, but I hate every one of these. Nay.

  • amanda siegelson

    haven’t we been told time and again how wedges are defiantly ‘unsexy’? well, these definitely prove that point. NAY i say!

  • Coolekat

    Those are some tortured looking feet splaying out of those ugly shoes. Looks like random seen on the street shots.

  • Therese Bohn

    Nay. Is this the LEGO collection? I see a lot of broken ankles happening.

  • Cindy Bartlett Zigler

    Hell no! I feel sorry for the poor model’s feet – they must’ve been killing them after the show. The lego look ones look cheap. The rest look like they’re made of plastic. And I’ll bet none of them will cost less that $1000 a pair.

  • ChelseaNH

    It looks like somebody was inspired by some of the uglier industrial architectural movements. Although there are brief flashes of art deco/Chrysler building that are almost tolerable.

  • RedRaven617

    Some of those shoes looked like Crocs to me.

  • KinoEye

    My feet hurt just looking at these. Clunky, industrial, and not at all appealing.

  • Nicole Little

    Okay strappy bits but cheapo heels.

  • LipstickForPigs

    Well, they do not resemble loaves of bread. This is good. However, while I like wedges and I like Wellies, I do NOT like wedge/wellies. I do like a couple of the metalics. But some of the naked across the toe styles look really painful.

  • schadenfreudelicious

    Looks like an Etsy shoe craft project…with couture prices…NAY

  • sugarkane105

    Inspired by The Lego Movie, or cheese graters? YOU decide!

  • Crystal

    these are like torture devices.

    SAW VIII- THE PRADA SHOE LINE

  • Becca M.

    YAY. I flipping LOVE wedges, so happy to see wedges on the runway instead of the usual stripper heels which are impossible to wear. These are all kind of cute, but I get why the metallic lego vibe doesn’t work for everyone

  • http://dentsdelait.tumblr.com/ Nancy Marion

    Pegboard Lego circuitboard Tron sneaker heels. Nope.

  • Danielle

    NOOOOOOOOOOPE

  • RuthGo

    I like the look of the heels but the straps on so many of them are so thin that all I can think is how deep the grooves must be on the poor models’ feet. I think it’s a nay.

  • padma sallah

    Nobody should wear legos on their feet. Also, these look flatout painful. And unwieldy. NAY.

  • Jean Genetic

    Um, don’t they have shoe models with attractive feet?

  • B_C_J

    They just don’t look very pretty to me. NAY

  • mary mary quite contrary

    they look soooo painful

  • ImpertinentVixen

    Just duct tape Legos to your feet. Less expensive, just as uncomfortable and ugly.

  • xmixiex

    I like the metal ones, definitely not the plastic.

    Most of them are very unflattering.

  • Denise Rambo

    OMG … NAY NAY a THOUSAND times NAY!

  • greyeraven

    Hate, hate, hate that squished toe box on some of those shoes! The rest? Meh….they are OK, but look plastic and cheap overall.

  • Call me Bee

    Look, Ma! I made my shoe wedges outta Legos!!

  • http://www.ellenciompi.com/ NurseEllen

    It’s easy to refrain from commenting on feet when the shoes themselves are so ugly that that grab all the attention. These shoes are awful in every way. Even if I could afford them, I wouldn’t purchase them. Yuckola.

  • Josefina Madariaga Suárez

    MAYBE to the ones with the metalic heel, NAY to the rest.

  • AwesomeJen

    Some are ok, but some…whut??? No woman wants her toes to look like a satin chisel!

  • xmixiex

    As for how horribly painful and unflattering these look, they CLEARLY don’t fit the models- they probably just brought them all to the show in a 7 and shoved everyone into them… Which is about as stupid as the clothes all being a 0/2.

  • Maryanne525

    I suddenly feel the overwhelming desire to play Tetris. Nay.

  • NMMagpie

    The Lego Movie inspires a shoe line.

    • Judy_J

      I should have read your post before I commented. I thought the exact same thing. Legos.

  • jed1170

    NAY!! Toes should never hang off the front of the shoe…ever! And the pitch looks way too far forward- they’d be impossible to walk in.

    • Gatto Nero

      The shoes are too small for the models in some cases. Awful.

      • jed1170

        If you look at the last yellow pair there is room at the back, the shoe is badly designed with nothing keeping the toes from sliding forward. There are definitely some that should have sized up, but I’m not sure that it would have kept their toes in place. Nothing flattering about any of them.

  • queeniethebold

    i’m probably an outlier on this, but i have always hated wedge shoes — all wedge shoes, no exceptions. i think they’re hideous, full stop. Have never seen a pair that appeared (to me) to be flattering, even on the prettiest legs/feet.

    These, though, are even a step (ha ha) below that low bar. Just horrendous.

  • PastryGoddess

    YEA, but I love a wedge shoe and these make my heart go pitter pat

    • demidaemon

      I think you might be the sole YEA here. And, for that, I salute you in your solidarity.

      • PastryGoddess

        More shoes for me :)

        • demidaemon

          Hope you are independently wealthy! 😉

    • alyce1213

      You’re not alone, I love wedges and bizarro shoes, but I think these wedges are too steep for reality.

      • PastryGoddess

        Nah, I have some that tall.

        • alyce1213

          I admire that. I should have said MY reality. Back in the day, I could, but no more — achy shins.

  • Judy_J

    Looks like they were heavily influenced by the Lego movie.

  • SusiePamudji

    Nope.

  • Julie Chase

    I hate every single one of these.

  • Blair Sylvester

    Painful and ugly so nay. One or the other I always say

  • amanda d

    I think conditional yay – only the metallics. The primary colours, while very Prada, lean too far into costume for my taste.

  • Daisy Walker

    I would like these on a shelf, as works of art. On actual feet, even in the right size (which few of these are), they look painful.

    • Gatto Nero

      That’s it. A few of them work conceptually, but not as actual footwear.

  • rebeemoon

    Some of the ugliest, bone-crunching, toe-numbing, back injury-producing things I have ever seen.

  • barbarienne

    OT1H, I’m glad they’re not all pointy. OTOH, that thing where some of the closed toes are sloping down at the front (e.g., the last one)? WTF is that? They’re like little garden tools. Are these for edging your lawn?

  • Miss Ruth

    I’m getting a distinctly Fisher-Price vibe here.

  • AC Simons

    First reaction: kids toys – Legos and Bob the Builder.

  • Janet B

    Nay.
    I am supposed to believe these are going to be purchased and worn by real women?

  • lalahartma

    Neiiigh!

  • Sarah Milburn

    Nope. The white wedges look like Barbie shoes and I have an overwhelming urge to put them in my mouth.

  • BayTampaBay

    FUGLY! The look like Lego shoes!

  • Skippymom1

    NAY. So many of them look as tho’ they were made from Legos.

  • IMNAngryLiberal

    It is rare that I see a shoe collection where there isn’t at least one pair that I would buy, but here it is!

  • Alyssa

    Nay to the collection. The only ones I like are photo 14…silver strappy sandals where the Connect4 board heel is silver, and looks much better that way.

    • Gatto Nero

      Yes — that’s the only one that halfway works (as a design concept if nothing else. I can’t imagine wearing them).
      Overall these are horrendous.

  • random_poster

    Nay. They look like they’re made of the same plastic as Solo cups.

  • Aidan B

    I just can’t get over how many models are wearing shoes that are OBVIOUSLY too small for them. Is this a normal practice that I’d never noticed before? Also, Nay.

    • Gatto Nero

      It’s painful to see, isn’t it?

  • Victoria Anzalone

    NAY.

  • Imasewsure

    NAY they all look really cheap although I do respond a bit to the Studio 54ishness of it all

  • DKBB

    NAY. They all look like something built from lego kits…and they look bloody uncomfortable.

  • Lilithcat

    LEGO™ shoes!

  • Mrs. C

    I read the headline and thought “nay”, then I scrolled down to the pictures and– it’s like I’m psychic or something.

  • clatie

    Nay. Look like weird toys.

  • Lori

    Nope.

  • KayEmWhy

    No way

  • Synnae

    I’m the odd one out here, and my feet have just filed for divorce, but I really like the yellow with the black wedge and the all-silver one with the punctured wedge. The fit looks horrendous on all of them though (regardless of whether the shoe is too small, what they did bring? EU 38?)

    BTW wedge versus heels debate: it is all about fit. I have 4,5″ stilletto booties made by Dr Martens (!) which are comfortabe and cobblestone (!) proof. I also have a pair of cute Marc Jacob wedge booties which terrify the f*ck out of me at 3″ because their fit is horrible and I end up twisting my ankles the whole time.

    • http://urban-gypsy.com/ Tess Danesi

      Doc Marten makes stiletto booties? Running to their website now! I like that all silver one too, but most of these are a big, uncomfortable nay.

      • Synnae

        They did, for about three seasons. Best heels ever. Seriously, all heels should be made by DM!
        Sadly, that is not how DM felt, they cancelled that line and are now back to regular sturdy heels. So now I am forced to pick up stray pairs on Ebay and Amazon.

  • Michele Anne Lenni

    Honestly, the gray wedges look like a pair of sandals I have from a collection Prada had in the late nineties. Beautiful, but horribly uncomfortable. The board-game inspired ones are a total miss for me. I really like what is going on a-top the shoe, but the heels/platforms on those are totally hideous.

  • Wendy Kaufman

    I think the heel looks a bit too high, and look really painful to wear. I am king to comment on the feet anyway–but I bet not in the way you wend to avoid. These women look like they can barely walk. The heel is too steep. The plain grey and plain white plastic jellies-liek shoes are pretty ugly. Otherwise, they seem fun in an erector set Metropolis sort of way. If they were not to painful looking, I’d thumbs up, them–but i ma a sucker for a funky shoe.

    • Valdri8

      Keeping in mind that these are likely size 10’s and up, on any mere mortal feet, they would be unwearable.

      • Wendy Kaufman

        Absolutely. I think I’d have to be on point to make that hypotenuse work.

  • conniemd

    Nay. I really hate clunky wedge heels.

  • MilaXX

    NAY! I usually like a good wedge, but these are unnecessarily fussy and ugly.

  • Stefanie Argudo Mackenzie

    Yawn and meh…with the occasional Ew..

  • unbornfawn

    NAY. Ugly. The chunky lego heels with the naked feet? No. a thousand times no.

  • DTLAFamilies

    The LEGO heel could’ve been witty but poor execution = shoes look unbalanced and hella painful, a snapped ankle waiting to happen. NAY.

  • Nimith

    Awful. Just ghastly. Anyone that chooses to wear these is a masochist on multiple levels.

  • somebody blonde

    Well, I’ll be the odd one out here. Yea because they’re chunky yet funky. I prefer the less naked ones to the sandals, but overall, I like them.

  • Maya

    They look excruciatingly painful.

  • ThaliaMenninger

    So we’re wearing Legos and plastic step stools on our feet now? Okay, then. HIDDY. HIDDY. HIDDY.

  • Chickadeep

    All the NAY in the world. Clunky, unwearable, wildly expensive cartoon shoes for fashion dupes.

  • shopgirl716

    Trying to capitalize on the success of the Lego Movie? These are not shoes for grown ups.

  • http://batman-news.com boweryboy

    Prada’s shoes are always a NAY to me. Although these are less nay worthy than usual.

    • Gatto Nero

      They used to be great! So sad and bewildering.

  • SouthernGirlRena

    Maaybe, if they were styled exactly right, one or two would work but just scrolling down focusing on the shoe, definitely NAY.

  • Kim Albrechtsen

    NAY! Those just look painful! Some of those feet had cut marks from the straps…and the style is blah.

  • Sunshine16

    A big Nay! They look like a bad cross between Crocs & Legos.

  • kategs

    They look like they are incredibly difficult to wear and painful. so nay, big time. Plus I don’t like them all that much!

  • VicD

    They look like the Croc version of glamorous shoes.

  • KT

    Some of these are really cute, and I like the concept of them. The silver and black open-toed shoes sixth from the top and the gold and black ones third from the bottom are my favorites. And yes, many of these look painful, but beauty is pain, bitches.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_QFW22QV426LUOEPGASPZJWJMDE MishaFoomin

    Hell nay!

    Who had that collecting of sparkly flats? Was it D&G? Let me see those.

    Also, I do not understand why shoes are made so narrow? Why must we be forced to cram our feet into these? Fine with heels. What is wrong with them being wide enough to accommodate toes appropriately? I just don’t get it.

    • http://www.snoskred.org/ Snoskred

      I want to hear more about sparkly flats too. :)

  • icm

    fugh! It’s like someone at Prada said “hey lets capitalize on success of the lego movie and mash them together with Barbies shoes.Seriously fugh!

  • Tanya Wade

    Lego shoes make toes grip badly. Everything is NOT awesome.

  • Snailstsichr

    They all look painful. NAY. Those poor models need foot massages.

  • demidaemon

    These aren’t terrible, but they sure look cheap.

  • Jangle57

    As someone who would never be able to fit her wide feet into these shoes, I say, THANK GOD!

  • Daktari100

    They all look like costumes for a science fiction movie, a low budget science fiction movie at that.

  • ErikaM812

    All the models’ feet are falling out of the shoes. I don’t know how regular people are supposed to wear them if the models can barely wear them. However, the black and gold strappy wedges are hot. They look like futuristic sexy robot shoes.

  • thisisdavidr

    Do the first pair remind anyone else of the board game Connect Four? IJS

  • Kelly

    I dunno — I like the ankle straps, the t-straps, and the metallics. But I’m not sure I’m on board with most the wedge heels — made, apparently, out of industrial materials scraps.

  • Lisa M. (ReVoir) Kramp

    Cheap-looking, unflattering and if the models can’t walk in them, no one can.Nay, a thousand times nay!

  • Tlazolteotl

    Nope.

  • Sam Smith

    I know you said no commenting on the feet but this more a comment on the show and the designer, why don’t they put models in shoes that fit. They certainly put them in clothes that fit, but not so for the shoes. Even if I liked the shoes, which i do not, its horribly distracting to see poor feet smooshed into the shoes.

    • LJCdoc

      Here, here (or is it hear, hear? IDK). This hits my “why don’t they make shoes in regular people sizes” button like nothing else. These girls are likely at least 5’10, so they likely need at least a size 10 shoe. So why squeeze them into 9s? Couldn’t they just make the shoes in normal sizes (which have been getting bigger & bigger over the years)?

      • JeanProuvaire

        Sizes may be getting bigger and bigger, but more and more retailers are dropping the larger sizes from their collections. I’m a size 11 (really an 11.5, but that basically doesn’t exist) and I used to be able to rely on places like Target and Old Navy for cheap shoes, but now Old Navy’s shoes only go up to 10 with a few ugly exceptions, and Target’s really cutting back on the 11s too. I haven’t been able to find anything that fits me at DSW for years. It’s like there’s some kind of stigma against big feet.

        • LJCdoc

          Yeah, should have said FEET are getting bigger, shoes/sizes are decidedly not. I’m an 11 too, and by and large most of the options are hideous.

    • http://www.tomandlorenzo.com/ Tom and Lorenzo

      Because these shoes are not in production yet and they don’t have an array of sizes to choose from. You can alter a sample size dress to fit a model but you can’t do so with the shoes. That, and the fact that runway models are not shoe models AND have been stomping around in a dozen different pairs of shoes a day down various runways is why we ask people to talk about the shoes and not the feet.

  • eight_of_nine

    YAY! Some of them are too clunky, but overall I like the metallic ones. I think the open-toed ones are the better ones.

  • quiltrx

    Way too “Space Mutiny” for me…most of them are just bad. And it seems to be becoming too much to ask of shoe designers to (A) make shoes that are a proper foot shape that a regular foot can get all the way into and (B) make shoes that the toes can actually stay in/on without grabbing monkey-like for dear life.

  • MoreShoes

    They look uncomfortable. Nay

  • MightyMarshal

    I can’t tell if the closed toed shoes are actually too small for the models or if they’re just look like that because of the way the toe box was designed. Also, maybe they should up the standard sample size of shoes. These are all sample sized models and none of them look like they fit.

  • Zeee

    Ick. Serious ick.

  • Jacob Bowen

    NNNNAAAAAAYYYYYY (minus the 2nd and 3rd shoe). Who wants to wear plastic cheese heels?

  • Raymond Dnomyar

    Could drain my pasta on some of those

  • http://twitter.com/#!/Space_Kitty Space Kitty

    I see what they’re going for, but don’t they look really cheap?

  • TrishR

    “Everything is Awesome!!”

    Looks like someone followed the Instructions for these shoes….

  • a_liking

    I actually love the Lego-y-ness of the design. fun. of course they look painful as heck, but I would definitely wear a “real-world” version!! YEAA

  • Trickytrisha

    With the heels hanging out the back and the toes hanging over the front and the shoes not conforming to the shape of a foot, I’d say these aren’t meant to be worn by humans. So NAY to the max. We’d be all over the designers if the clothes fit like this.

  • Bethany Roullett

    Why do I love them? But I DO! Post-industrial art-deco steampunkyish. I’d totally wear ’em.

  • formerlyAnon

    Nay. Why not give those poor feet an inch of platform under the sole to ease their pain, when the look is already chunky & clunky?

  • Akemi

    Nobody fits in the ones that look like Lego’s.

  • Susan Velazquez

    oh my god why did they force these poor models into shoes too small??? i cringed when i saw their feet go over the edges. they don’t even look that cool to be so uncomfortable. NAY

  • Cassidy Olsen

    SO NAY. Legos and Connect-Four boards.

  • hellkell

    Nay, they look like they hurt.

  • vitaminC

    I didn’t think it possible, but they found a way to make wedges even less dignified. Blech.

  • The Versatile Chef

    What is with the “one size too small” trend I’ve been seeing lately on the runway and the red carpet? Looks like everyone is about to pitch off the front of those things. Ouch.

    • PastryGoddess

      The shoes are typically samples and are only made in one size. I think size 7 is the standard, but some designers are nice and go up to a size 8 or 9. But it’s one size fits all…or not

  • mcbishop

    Ugh. Every last one of them. The only comment I would ever make about a person’s feet is my good God, those look absolutely miserable. Go get a foot massage, and put on some sneakers. Poor things.

  • Dagney

    Not a diss on the model’s feet, but a diss on Prada….do they purposely ONLY give these ladies shoes that are two sizes too small?

    • PastryGoddess

      Yes, they come in 1 size, usually an 8 or a 9 and that’s it. Sadly, the girls who’s feet are too big tend to get the open toed shoes only because they wouldn’t be able to walk in the close toed ones

  • Stubenville

    High-rise Crocs! and probably $500+ a pop.

  • Qitkat

    They remind me of Legos + Transformers. That can’t be a good thing.

    NOTE TO SELF: read comments before posting.
    OTOH: Bitter Kittens channeling each other. AWESOME!

  • Kathy Monkman

    hate them all.

  • Jennifer Cronin

    Metropolis the Shoe! Love the closed toe versions, but would never ever on the toe-splay display.

  • http://tvblogster.blogspot.com Boop

    Really uninspiring designs. It’s like Prada is laughing at us.

  • kimmeister

    The closed toe ones all look cheap, while the open toed ones clearly are not designed to be able to keep toes in the toe box. A resounding NAY.

    • PastryGoddess

      I think the fact that many of these shoes are too small for the models doesn’t help

  • JeanProuvaire

    Is it just me, or do a lot of the closed-toe ones look kind of scuffed and dirty? Not impressing me, Prada.

  • http://asskickingadviser.com/ Ass Kicking Adviser

    Really cute idea, I actually love the look of them but, alas, too high for me. I’m excited for the trickle down though. A little lower heel but with a lot lower price. I think they are interesting.

  • BackseatDriver

    The one on top, I keep waiting for someone to slide tiny red and black disks into the spots, and yell “connect four”!

  • YousmelllikeAnnaWintour

    NAY.

  • Renaissance_Man_ATL

    NO! I HATE wedge heels!

  • d4divine

    I like the shoes…my concern is that the toe bed seems a bit too short on the strappy shoes…also where is my driver because I wouldn’t walk more than 50 ft in those puppies.

  • http://sharialbert.com shazziz

    it pains me to say it: NAY. ugh- they look cheap and unattractive and PAINFUL. High wedge- no platform. Boo.

  • http://www.snoskred.org/ Snoskred

    I hope they have someone backstage to massage these poor tortured feet back to normality after walking in these monstrosities.. :)

  • Katie Cravens

    They’re a little bananas, but I’m on board. YAY

  • Mona_Visa

    Terrible. Some of the saddest shoes I have ever seen.

    On the upside, they do look recyclable.

  • http://armchairauthor.wordpress.com/ LesYeuxHiboux

    HAHAHAHAHA, no. One’s four-figure price tag shoes should not look like a game of Connect Four.

  • bringbackbeatles

    There are a few I really like, but those big plastic wedges, especially the gray ones have this plastic storage bin and/or door stopper look. Some of them are hard to judge because they’re clearly not the right size. A few I can’t tell if they are designed badly or fit badly bc they look quite painful. I really like the metallic ones, open-toed.

  • stacey

    Ugly, uncomfortable and impractical. All the high fashion boxes are checked! 100%

  • altissima

    These look brutally uncomfortable. And not beautiful.

  • http://trooperschaf.blogspot.de/ TrooperSchaf

    I dont know… they look very Sci-Fi. Inspired by Logan’s Run or Star Wars or something like that. I’d like them as a design object like a vase or a statue, but I’d never wear them as shoes!

  • lilazander

    NAY. They are fug as hell. They look really cheap.

  • Heather Neil

    Nay. They look like torture chambers. Not worth the pain.

  • crashtestbonnie

    Yay! These are, for better or worse, art and not shoes and for that alone I love every last one. :) I do think, however, that the solid colored mary jane wedges with the elastic heel strap (I think it’s in white, red and blue above) can bridge the gap from the runway to street. I’d certainly pick up a pair, you know, if I had obscene discretionary funds and a need to wear anything but house slippers.

  • Pablo

    Just when I wanted to comment on the model’s feet, why do you have to take the fun away uncles? nay to the shoes

  • RescueMe23

    Nay! I’m in pain just looking at them..

  • CatherineRhodes

    NAY.

  • save_the_hobbit

    Half look like high heels with office supplies glued to them and the other half look like high-heeled crocs. Forgive me, I just threw up a little.

  • thehousesparrow

    My train of thought was, “Prada, no. Prada, why? Prada, NO.”

  • Ann VerWiebe

    If even the models are walking out of those naked toe bars, I don’t see the point in mere mortals wearing them.

  • enchanted216

    NAY. Wait. Did I miss something? Is today April 1?