The Geox Sping/Summer 2010 Line Makes Use of Iconic Buildings

By: Sarah Moteelall - Published:   Updated: Aug 8 2011 • References: stylelist
The Geox Sping/Summer 2010 collection will include a limited-edition line of heels inspired by the Empire State Building.

Available in April to help launch the shoe brand's 34th Street store in New York City, the collection features sky-scraping, five-inch heels modeled after the legendary NYC landmark. The heels also have rhinestone appliques to reflect the building's windows.

A pair of these fancy kicks from the Geox Spring/Summer 2010 line will set you back $230 USD.

Implications - These empire state stilettos are luxurious and avant-garde. The lengthy heel will tug on your brain's memory skills and bring you back to King Kong scaling the iconic tower. Nevertheless, these shoes would be perfect for the type of fashionista who is worried about wearing the same outfit or articles of clothing as someone else on the streets. These heels are so stylish and forward-thinking, they will only be pulled off by the smoothest of dressers.