Chanel gun heel


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

  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.

  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?”

  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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