5 Most Expensive Shoe Brands in the World


Shoes define one’s personality. A good pair of footwear is so powerful that it can boost one’s confidence and it serves as a stylish accessory to any outfit. There are people who opt for comfort when buying shoes while others want to make a fashion statement. We rounded up the five most expensive shoe brands in the world. Check this out:

5. Christian Louboutin

Red-lacquered soles have become the signature of French fashion designer Christian Louboutin for his deluxe stiletto footwear. The sexy shoes speak of power, confidence and wit hence fashionable women who are picky with luxurious shoes don’t want to miss a pair or more of Louboutin’s. Take it from the Christian Louboutin Sexy Strass decked with a price of $3,095.

4. Gucci

Italian luxury brand Gucci has been a staple accessory for the rich and famous. Earning the 38th rank in Forbes World’s Most Valuable Brands List, the brand can boast about it’s rich, superior quality and design. One of its most expensive shoe items is the Gucci’s Woven Leather Boots that range between $3,500 to $4,000 in price.

3. Manolo Blahnik

Born and raised in Spain, Manuel “Manolo” Blahnik Rodriguez is the fashion designer behind the eponymous top of the line shoe brand. Blahnik doesn’t have formal training in shoemaking. However, his skills were honed by his chit-chats with shoe factory workers. The elegance of his dreamy designs earns him international recognition. The Blixa alligator pumps matched at a rate of $4,600 spells luxury of his craft.

2. Louis Vuitton
Hailed as the world’s most valuable luxury brand for six consecutive years (2006-2012), Louis Vuitton is not just a fashion powerhouse of bags, accessories, and jewelry. Its premium lineup of shoes is every woman’s dream. Its most expensive shoes are the Manhattan Richelieu Men’s Shoes that would cost the elite $10,000.

1. Stuart Weitzman

Recognized as the maker of the world’s most expensive shoes, Stuart A. Weitzman is indeed an icon. Born in a family of shoe designers, Stuart started designing shoes for his father’s shoe factory called Seymour Shoes in the 1960s. His most expensive shoes are the
Stuart Weitzman Rita Hayworth Heels with a hefty price tag of $3 Million.