Vogue's Most Iconic Shoes List Released

July 20, 2012 By:
Vogue's Most Iconic Shoes List Released

Louboutins, YSL's, Manolo Blahniks! Vogue released their list of the 20 most iconic shoes of all time!

Number one on the list is Cinderella’s glass slipper. Not the Christian Louboutin version, but the original cartoon slipper.

The terrible Spice Girls Platforms also made the list for their breakout presence in the sixties and then the Spice Girls valiant effort to bring them back in the ‘90s.

The Yves Saint Laurent Tribute heels are one the most copied heels of recent years. The strappy sandals are Paula Abdul, Kate Moss, Julia Roberts, Tilda Swinton and Giuliana Rancic's favorite. I’m pretty sure I own a knock-off of these heels (or two…).

The infamous Audrey Hepburn ballet flats also made it on the list.

Kristen Stewart would be happy to know that Converse All-Stars made it onto the list.

Christian Louboutin’s famous ballet heels, an eight-inch-high take on the classic ballet pump was created in 2007 as part of his fetish collection.

Lady Gaga made these shoes famous, but it’s Alexander McQueen who conceived the brilliant and bizarre Armadillo shoes.

Another fictional shoe are Dorothy’s ruby slippers, created with 2,300 sequins, butterfly-shaped bows, Swarovski crystals, red glass beads and sparkling organza.

Manolo Blahnik became a household name thanks to “Sex and the City,” and the Something Blue pump sold out in days after it was featured in the “Sex and the City” movie.

Kate Middleton's famous nude LK Bennett pumps also made the list.