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Trendsetting Reversed High Heels Set Out To Horrify Women

Trendsetting Reversed High Heels Set Out To Horrify Women

4 Years Ago By Richard Darell

After writing quite a few articles about all the weirdness in the world, and in some cases, the heels women wear to make their legs look longer, I have found what might be my oddest find yet. I don’t pretend to understand the concept of high heels, especially when it destroys pretty much any good bone or muscle you might have in your feet and legs. Women are beautiful without those high heels, no matter what people tell me. If I met a girl sporting sneakers, she would probably be as cool as any girl sporting a pair of high heels. But that’s not the point here, it’s that trendsetting high heels are usually super weird and super freaky. There is just no way around it.

One particular artist has gone to great lengths to dress up as unearthly as possible, and I think you know who I am talking about. It’s the always trendsetting Lady Gaga and her entourage of designers and futuristic know-it-alls. In a weird way, I understand what she is doing and why it’s working. She’s the biggest, most influential trendsetting artist out there, and we don’t have to argue about that. This is true at least when it comes to fashion.

Here’s the kicker. A new fashion is emerging, and it all has to do with reversed engineering. Are you women ready to put on a pair of high heels that are reversed? Are you ready to bend back those legs to where they are usually positioned? Or maybe that is to express it mildly. Are you ready to completely rotate your trendsetting fashion and wear these horrifyingly insane reversed high heels? This new pair of high heels are called Scary Beautiful. They are designed by Leanie van der Vyver who clearly knows how to scare the pants off anyone who has the “pleasure” of checking out these high heels in real life. Is this a fashion you think you will pick up on? Will trendsetting designers all around the world start manufacturing these in the coming year? I guess the real trendsetting decision will come from your lips. After all, you are the ones who are going to wear them.

Leanie van der Vyver Trendsetting Reversed High Heels





Via: [UFunk – French]

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April 12th, 2013

Um YIKES!!!! How would you walk in those things, she looks most comfortable when she’s stilling down and even then she looks un happy, no thanks regular heels are one thing but those no thank you.

Rick Ovadia

October 3rd, 2013

I love it its so sexy, must be really uncomfortable would love a comment from the girl wearing them. Rico

Rick Ovadia

October 3rd, 2013

It’s not about the comfort its about art. Rico


November 13th, 2013

I’m sorry, I’m not sure if you were trying to be sarcastic, but if you weren’t, please stop embarassing yourself. These shoes are conceptional, the purpose is artistic. It is not going to be manufactured and it’s not going to be a trend because it wasn’t made for people to buy or wear.

Boris Starosta

December 3rd, 2013

The concept might be “art,” but that’s no reason not to be inspired>

I think the design needs work, but I’m surprised you guys don’t see the potential!

It looks good for standing – reducing weight/load on the soles of feet, and distributing it up the shins.
This might be a good shoe for people who have to stand a lot or for long periods of time (and/or who don’t want to sit), or who have bad ankles or those nasty bone spurs at bottom of feet. The posture is also better for the lower back.

It’s not all that new; this design has been used for chairs.

But as can be seen from the uncomfortable gait of the model, to facilitate walking, the design needs to incorporate some kind of hinging around the ankle (or equivalent). A simple shock absorber for the front “heel” would be a start, with the rear heel rounded to allow pivoting.


February 2nd, 2014

she is positioned . its hard to walk . but easy to express the body . not ordinary lifestyle . it has the real beautiful concept at angels .

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