We were so blindly obsessed with predicting Lady GaGa and others would be the first to wear the Alexander McQueen Spring 2010 armadillo heels, that we didn’t consider the MOST like person to take them from the runway to reality – Daphne Guinness.
How could we have not even considered her?
The heiress donned the impossible-to-walk-in heels when she hosted this event with Marc Jacobs last night.
Her crazy heels were paired with an aqua marine bubble skirt dress from Alexander McQueen’s Spring 2010 collection.
I love that gold bejeweled neckline, but hate that silver metal belt she paired with it. These kind of belts are very much her signature, and they are usually Alaia.
Apart from the belt, my only disappointment is that she didn’t go for one of the embellished armadillo heels.
This may seem strange but every time I look at Daphne, I think this is what Victoria Beckham will look like in about 20 years time.
Many of you have expressed how much you are O.V.E.R Balmain, or that you didn’t get the craze to begin with.
Doesn’t Selita Ebanks make you want to forgive and forget?
As always the Victoria’s Secret model does just to Balmain.
She looks outstanding in this dress, her skin is glowing and the colour is divine on her.
As much as I love this dress, I think her J.Mendel white gown from earlier in the week was a far superior look to be included in the BDOTW poll.
Cassie looks peeved. Maybe she’s still waiting for her ridiculous hairstyle to grow out.
The singer wore a long sleeved LBD with cut-outs on the side, paired with a black pair of Nicholas Kirkwood for Rodarte Fall 2009 thigh-high boots.
Amber Valletta was the most glamorous at this event, giving off an elegant vibe wearing a dark jade RM by Roland Mouret Lombarde gown paired with Nicholas Kirkwood python cut-out platform heels.
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