Fashion Week Trend Watch: The Hottest Shoes on The Runways

The New York fall 2011 collections were chock full of some seriously hot shoes. Here are some favorites -- from Suno's collaboration with Loeffler Randall to Alexander Wang's mink trimmed sandals.

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Alexander Wang put mink in unexpected places (including sunglasses) in fall 2011 show. Expect these mink trimmed metallic sandals to land in just about every magazine editorial for the season.
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A surprise pop of color came in the form of kelly green stiletto sandals at the 3.1 Phillip Lim show. Lim launched his own shoe line in Fall 2010.
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Joseph Altuzarra got inspired by Kate Moss and the 1990s for his Fall 2011 collection. He trimmed lace up boots like these and ankle strap pumps with fur to up the glam factor of the show.
Vera Wang is having a drama noir moment for Fall 2011. These ankle platform boots added a modern element.
Rag & Bone's Fall 2011 collection was all about layers and patchwork--these ankle boots gave the show its downtown edge.
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Lace landed on just about everything at the Marchesa Fall 2011 show, including these custom Christian Louboutin shoes.
Donna Karan was having a ladylike moment for Fall 2011. These metallic snakeskin shoes amplified that feeling.
Diane von Furstenberg headed out west for inspiration for her Fall 2011 collection. These teal suede boots felt unexpected and just right.
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No one has more fun with color and prints than Chris Benz. These boots from his Fall 2011 presentation were made in collaboration with Alejandro Ingelmo.
These pointed toe graphic print ankle boots from Thakoon's Fall 2011 show were inspired by Kenyan tribal prints.
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Ready to wear furry hot pink Mary Janes? Jeremy Scott seems to think so, these shoes were featured in the designers Fall 2011 show.
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It's no surprise that Halston of all design houses is having a 1970s moment for fall. These shoes from the show are meant to complement caftans and cut out column dresses.
Peter Som collaborated with shoe designer Charlotte Olympia Dellal on these quirky neon ladylike kitten heels for Fall 2011.
Rodarte was inspired by the Prairie for Fall, but these boots made in collaboration with Nicholas Kirkwood are just about as city as you can get.
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This Fall 2011 collection marked Behnaz Sarafpour's 10th anniversary, and this season the designer focused on what women want to wear. That includes sexy mesh custom Manolo Blahnik slingbacks.
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Marc Jacobs' Fall 2011 collection is a futuristic take on the 1940s. The sky high rubber boots have a goth feel to them.
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Suno collaborated with Loeffler Randall again this season. These block-wedges accompanied every look in presentation (in a myriad of prints).
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Christian Siriano sent some major shoes down the runway at his fall 2011 show (so major that one of his models took a very serious spill). Shoes like this cut-out boot will be re-interpreted for the average consumer and sold at Payless come fall.
These macrame shoes that came down Proenza Schouler's fall 2011 runway are undoubtedly one of the "it" shoes of the season.
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This season marked Olivier Theyskens' second collection for Theory. These sky high gunmetal over the knee boots from the collection will likely fly out of stores.
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