Not one for sky-high stilettos, or casual sneakers? Then these artsy sculptural heels are made for you. With sleek and modest, the real stars of these heels are their chunky, artistic behinds. From iceberg-like heels, to a wood-like acrylic ones shaped like a horse’s heads – they’re sure to turn heads. Complement these sculptural heels by wearing them with casual denims or refined slip dresses.
Go on, take your pick! Happy feet, guaranteed.
Acne Studios Ora glass boots
The iceberg-like block heels of Acne Studio’s Ora boots are actually inspired by compressed objects. Crafted out of 100% goat leather, these black boots are a chic girl’s must-have.
J.W.Anderson ballet pumps
First seen on J.W.Anderson’s FW’16 runway show, these pumps are definitely what modern mules are made of. With a solid cylinder heel, leather tie-up straps, team these leather pumps with a slinky black dress for a polished yet edgy look.
Marni peep-toe heels
Unassuming from the front, but a complete art piece from the sides – these Marni heels are a subtle statement-maker. With chunky block heels measuring at 90mm, these leather peep-toe steppers are make of calf leather in Italy.
Gucci Queercore pumps
Inspired by the Queercore gay punk movement of the 80s’, these pair of leather pumps comes in three colours – black, blue, and red. Adorned with a textured tiger head on the front buckle, the block heel is made up for embedded tonal crystals and Gucci’s iconic snake.
Tory Burch Barton mules
“This dramatic shoe rests on an elegantly-bolded and gentle curved block of acrylic – turning a classic slip-on shape into a work of wearable sculpture,” says designer, Tory Burch. Covered in suede, and trimmed with cord of the same colour, pair these refined mules with denim jeans.