Chanel gun heel

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26 Responses to “Chanel gun heel”

  1. ornith says:

    @7: Ba dum ching!

    @4: Yeah, these made me think of James Bond movies too. These totally belong on an evil Bond girl. 007: Dressed To Kill.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Do they even allow high heels on planes? I thought the whole security thing was to stop people from emulating movies and I’m pretty sure I’ve seen a movie where someone uses a high heeled shoe as a weapon.

  3. Sekino says:

    To be complete, they’ve got to go ‘POW’ with every step.

    I don’t dislike the idea, but they seem a bit flimsy to me, surprisingly cheap-looking (mostly the silver ones). I’d really like them if they were sleek patent leather and no strap, like court shoes.

  4. amxfan says:

    As of right now there is a huge wait for these shoes. When they do come out the price is going to be $2,200. There are other manufactures as well that has the same idea of heels out there that you can buy now for under $100.

  5. Pipenta says:

    Looks like a good way to break your ankle.

  6. ill lich says:

    “These heels are killing me!”

  7. Tim Abrahams says:

    Can’t think where they got the idea from
    http://www.cinealoido.com/cao/img/lejanos02.jpg

  8. wolfiesma says:

    I saw Madonna sporting these in some godforsaken fashion magazine a while back. I thought they were so “Guy Ritchie” and then, well, you know.
    Anyway, the whole gun shoe thing reminds me so much of this glorious image we all recall.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Planet_Terror

  9. actuallyidobite says:

    I am soooooo tired of the weapons craze in design. I can’t wait ’til it fades out. It’s not clever anymore. Even if it were, it’s not well executed here.

  10. error404 says:

    The triumverate of UGLY TASTELESS and GAUCHE.

  11. mwschmeer says:

    Beretta heels are sooooo last year.

  12. Teller says:

    Actually, a sleek gun barrel heel would be more artful.

  13. bwcbwc says:

    Of COURSE she wouldn’t be allowed on a plane with those. But I’d love to see the expression on the TSA guy’s face when she takes off her shoes for the explosives sniffers. :)

    OTOH, some idiot in the concourse might call security on her and she’d get arrested for carrying a “hoax gun” without even getting anywhere near the check point. At least in Boston.

  14. Anonymous says:

    What’s the TSA going to think of that?!

  15. brokebutstilldrinking says:

    She’d never be allowed on the airplane with those shoes.

  16. postliteracy_dot_org says:

    They look particularly painful to wear, one-upping the “Platforms of Terror” that came from Prada for Spring 09. Look at where the heel connects to the sole – it’s right in the instep, not the heel of the foot.

    Heel = low sensitivity, lots of shock absorption. Instep = high sensitivity, little shock absorption. Poke yours for comparison. Yowch.

  17. VICTOR JIMENEZ says:

    TSA is the new black.

  18. mistervega says:

    hw lng bfr pln sprts ths?

  19. monstrinho_do_biscoito says:

    fashion meets Planet Terror gun leg

  20. guy_jin says:

    Ah, fashion. The ancient art of convincing people that shit is gold.

  21. animwriter says:

    A little text, proper lighting, plain white background…

    James Bond movie poster.

  22. oldmanjut says:

    I wonder if he got this idea from Bayonetta?
    “Do you want to touch me?”
    Blamo!

  23. Takuan says:

    nope, that’s politics. Fashion is getting them to wear the shit.

  24. Takuan says:

    seriously now darlings, phu-leeez! Open toes with a small slide-frame low caliber? That is sooo last season Milan, what were they thinking!?

  25. Sekino says:

    @ TAKUAN

    nope, that’s politics. Fashion is getting them to wear the shit.

    ZING! Good one!

  26. Cool Products says:

    It really boggles my mind to think about the people who would actually buy these shoes. I mean, c’mon, they’re Chanel, so they are obviously pretty expensive. Who would pay money (lots of) to own some novelty heels?

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