most expensive shoe
In 2003 Harrods department store in London displayed the creation of Stuart Weitzman, a pair of shoes inspired by the shoes worn in 'The Wizard of Oz' by Judy Garland.
Woven with thread of platinum and studded with 642 rubies, the price tag on the world's most expensive shoes was a foot stomping 1.6 million USD.
In 2004 Stuart Weitzman did in 2004 Stuart Weitzman did it again, creating the 'Cinderella Slippers' which boasted 565 platinum-set diamonds including one large 5 karat chunk of ice.
They were worn to the 2004 Oscars by Alison Krauss and can be yours for only $2 million USD.