People terrified by Kylie Jenner's shoes as she arrives at fashion show
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Kylie Jenner stunned in Schiaparelli during Paris Fashion Week, but her unconventional choice of shoes has left people in shock.
She accessorised the look with a thin gold bracelet and sparkling oversized earrings, her dark hair styled in soft waves and her minimal makeup topped off with a complimentary nude glossy lip.
The 26-year-old's outfit was pure Old Hollywood bombshell, however she subverted the glamour with a somewhat strange pair of shoes.
Warning: those with a fear of feet should stop reading now!
Jenner chose to wear a pair of nude leather pumps to the runway show. The heels featured a sleek silhouette with a moulded front that clung to and exposed her toes.
One user said: "The dress is gorgeous but what in the world is going on with those shoes?"
"Like when you dip your finger in candle wax but it’s your toes," another joked.
A third wrote, "Girl what a jumpscare."
But not all reactions to the unusual shoes were so critical, with some fashion fans explaining that the exposed toes are actually a Schiaparelli hallmark.
For the past few seasons, the designer has had a thing for toes, previously creating pumps with the tips sculpted to look like gilded talons. Kylie's shoes are the latest in a long history of 'toe-inspired footwear' to come from the fashion house.
One user explained: "Schiaparelli’s whole thing is incorporating body parts into their fashion in weird & exaggerated ways. Their toe shoes are just one of the things they do."
Another added: "I don’t love the shoes but it’s a great representation of the fashion house. They’re well known for it."
"Surrealism has been a cornerstone of the Schiaparelli brand for the past 100 years. This is tame for them," said a third.
Earlier this year, Jenner was criticised when she wore another Schiaparelli creation featuring a faux lion's head.
Despite being made entirely from manmade materials, the creation by the brand's artistic director, Daniel Roseberry, was deemed 'disturbing and distasteful' and accused of 'glorifying animal hunting.'