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Shoes that light up, cheese and diamond ones and Lego hats...it's fashion dahling!
A dress made of human hair created by bridalwear designer Thelma Madine. The gown weighs 95kg Picture: Mercury Press and Media Ltd
A model wears a dress made of "Qmilch", a hypo-allergenic fabric made of milk and created by Anka Domaske
British designer Joanne Stoker has created these LED footwear. LED lights have been installed in the Perspex heels of two key styles the ‘Tower’ and ‘Sphere’ in a variety of colourways - a nod to the glowing skyline of New York City by night.
The LED shoes are rechargeable via a USB connection to any computer and once charged, can stay lit for up to 6 hours. There is also a mechanism built-in to control the lights, so they can be switched on or off to suit the mood.
Joanne Stoker was inspired by Art Deco and Futurism
Think ‘Versacheese’. Another entry made entirely of cheese as part of the Cheese Couture competition at the The Royal Bath & West Show
Made of solid gold and decorated with over 2,000 diamonds, at £140,000 these shoes are the most expensive in the world.Pic: Caters
The shoes, made of West Country cheddar and a stale cheese sandwich, were designed by Bath Spa University students
Pilgrim's Choice cheese run the "Cheese Couture" competition
A model wearing the "Jimmy Cheese" shoes
Gaga in her famous meat dress
And the matching shoes....
Another quirky design by Jean-Charles de Castelbajac. Oddly the designer has made clothes for Pope Jean Paul II
Not quite "Jimmy Cheese", but this outstanding desing by United Nude looks more like a work of art than footwear
A fashion piece from the Edinburgh College of Art showcase
Fashion enfant terrible Alexander McQueen designed the (in)famous Armadillo Shoes. Some models refused to walk down the catwalk in them. Whilst Lady Gaga has worned them several times.
A paper replica of the wedding dress Jacqueline Bouvier wore on her wedding day to John F. Kennedy
This head piece is probably inappropriate for the royal wedding...
Jean-Charles de Castelbajac Spring/Summer 2008/2009 Lego sunglasses. Stunning but possibly a tad difficult to see through
The 9 meters long paper wedding dress creation