Stuart weitzman worked together with Le. Stuart to adorn the front side of the shoe with 28-carat of diamond, he added 185carat brilliant cut tanzanite to sweeten it ,and he employed 595carat platinum diamond taken from Kwiat to adorned the 4.5 inches heels .
There are 624 oval and round rubies combined with dazzling platinum and if you wanted a pair of your own you would require 1.6 million dollar in payment. If you had the cash would this be your next pair of shoes?
Ruby Slippers from Wizard of Oz: $666,000. This slipper is one of the most sought memorabilia and Judy Garland, who played as Dorothy in the movie wizard of Oz 1939, used to wear it during the shooting. In 2000, one person purchased it in an auction and he paid $666.000 to bring the ruby slipper home.
Stuart Weitzman Shoes “Retro Rose” Pumps: $1,000,000. This pump has 1,800 diamonds from kwiat totaling 100-carat. He styled the retro shoe according to 1940 shoe’s trend and he chose Diablo cody to wear it for the first time in 2008′s Oscar annual award.
Stuart Weitzmen’s “Diamond Dream” Stilettos: $500,000. This stiletto has 1,420 brilliant cut diamonds he took from kwiat. Anika Noni was first female and celebrity who had a chance to wear the shoe on 2007′s Oscar event
Stuart Weitzman “Platinum Guild” Stilettos: $1,090,000 This stiletto has 464-road shape diamonds from Kwiat to adorn the main part of the stilettos. To highlight the stiletto, he asked Laura harring to wear it on 2002 Oscar annual academy award.
Nizam Sikandar Jah Slippers: $160,000. These slippers are 18th century. The royal slipper carried rubies and diamonds on their back. These slippers use to be on exhibition at the Bata Shoes museum in Toronto before someone robbed it.