Shoe Watch: The Runway’s Biggest, Baddest Platforms

From the towering platforms at Zac Posen to Suno's colorful collaboration with Loeffler Randall, here are some of the most spectacular we've seen.

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Fashion Week yields a lot of spectacular clothing, but the accessories are often just as eye-catching. At Suno's presentation, we couldn't help gawking at the brand's printed platforms, made in collaboration with Loeffler Randall, which will be available at Opening Ceremony and loefflerrandall.com in February (for the brave).
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On Christian Siriano's runway, nobody could believe that these jaw-dropping metallic platforms were actually designed for Payless.
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Charlotte Olympia designed a series of eye-popping colored heels for Peter Som's equally colorful collection, with fabrics ranging from pink florals to blue marbled leather.
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While one model fell in platform loafers on Z Spoke's spring runway, it was the towering metallic platforms featured elsewhere in the collection that seemed particularly treacherous.
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Another lace-up pair from Z Spoke's runway featured a colorful platform and heel, as well as a combat-inspired sole.
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The rose-gold platform pumps Brian Atwood designed for Victoria Beckham's presentation were apparently inspired by the color of the Rolex that the designer's husband, David, had recently given her.
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