Fashion Week Spring 2014: Shoe Report

From classic pointy pumps to strappy gladiator sandals, there was plenty of inspiration to step into at New York Fashion Week.

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Best foot forward at Rodarte.
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Ready to stride into spring? From classic pointy pumps to strappy gladiator sandals, there was plenty of inspiration to step into at New York Fashion Week. J.Crew's statement printed pumps featured a bold hibiscus print and, for a luxe finish, a dash of colorful beading.
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There was also something a little "Spice Girls" about Michael Kors sky-high snakeskin platforms, which featured rounded toes and ankle straps.
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Alexander Wang's chunky white mary jane platforms featured soles so thick even Scary Spice would have done a double take.
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Prabal Gurung's super-pointy pumps struck the perfect balance between classically feminine and futuristic, with sexy ankle straps and sporty mesh inserts at the sides.
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Strappy gladiator sandals with thick heels offset the prim, polished looks at Derek Lam.
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Strappy sandals at Band of Outsiders were produced in collaboration with Manolo Blahnik. To achieve the desired prep-tech effect, the shoe maestro worked with sailing rope and rubber accents.
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Altuzarra got right to the point: aggressive pointed mules and slingback stilettos reinforced the designer's sexy-CEO theme.
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You're sure to spy more than a few fashion editors strapped into these clunky woven leather platforms from Proenza Schouler come spring 2014. We just hope they can manage the cobble stone streets in SoHo.
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For spring, Rodarte offered a cheeky take on the black and white saddle, adding python accents and a low metallic heel.
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If you put just one new shoe on your spring wishlist, make it a killer pair of sneakers. We dug these dusty suede kicks at Marc by Marc Jacobs.
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