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When it comes to shoes, flats have occupied a majority of the discourse in fashion this year. That isn’t to say, however, that heels shouldn’t occupy just as much of the conversation. Super high heels have been gaining traction, despite the dominance of flats, but heels of all heights are always a big part of fashion and shopping trends.
Recently, our editors have been discussing some specific styles at length. The ones that have been getting heavy airtime include designs like the Prada floral appliqué pumps that were heavy-hitters at fashion month. The Saint Laurent Lee pumps have also been in high demand and selling out everywhere. In light of the Toryssance, the brand’s pieced slingbacks are a requisite mention—though they are so hot that you’ll be hard-pressed to find them available to order. Ahead, the best designer heels to commit to memory and add to your shopping cart.
The shoes that all but took over fashion month? Prada's floral appliqué pumps. The heels caused quite a stir when they were debuted on the F/W 23 runways and have resonated with the fashion set in a major way since their release.
The Toryssance is here and fashion insiders are flocking to some of the brand's cult items, including its pieced shoes. They are selling out in record speed, so you can count yourself lucky if you're able to nab a pair.
Saint Laurent has been on fire in the shoe department recently, and this season confirms that. The brand's Lee heels are pushing forward the oxblood color trend, while also reinforcing the dominance of all things patent leather.
If you're a minimalist at heart, look to the Lana heels from The Row. Yet another example of patent leather, these cool pumps make a case for the return to glossy designs to wear everywhere from the office to post-work events.
Chanel's slingbacks are a classic style to own, and insiders have been snapping up the low kitten-heel style, in particular. They come in a variety of styles, ranging from all-leather to tweed versions.