Lily James, the titular star of Disney’s new live-action Cinderella, donned an ethereal Elie Saab gown and a pair of Christian Louboutin Cinderella Slippers to the movie’s Hollywood premiere this past weekend. These limited edition slippers were first released in 2012, in collaboration with Disney. As you can imagine, they are no longer available for sale, online or in-store, but you can shop a broad selection of Louboutin at MATCHESFASHION.COM.

Louboutin’s Cinderellas were originally intended to commemorate the rerelease of Disney’s animated version of Cinderella on Blu-ray and DVD, so it makes sense that they’d reappear here. On a related note, Charlotte Olympia is just about to roll out a brand new, officially licensed Disney collab, complete with PVC “glass” slippers, and Lily dutifully carried a clutch from the new Olympia collection when she wasn’t hard at work showing off those Louboutins.

UK singer/songwriter Paloma Faith recently attended the Topshop Unique show at London Fashion Week wearing a pom-pom-accented pair of Charlotte Olympia Team Spirit Wedge Sandals, which meshed well with the rest of her cheerleader-inspired ensemble. Shockingly, you can currently find Paloma’s exact sandals for a mere $370 at MATCHESFASHION.COM. (That’s a whopping 70% off the original retail price.)

For those not in the know, Topshop Unique is Topshop’s more high-end, ready-to-wear offshoot, and Paloma Faith is a pop artist who is probably more notorious in the UK for her highly eccentric personal style. We spotted her last year in a multi-patterned pair of knee-high Dolce & Gabbana boots. She doesn’t have her own edition of “The Many Shoes of…” just yet, but if she ever did, it would undoubtedly be our quirkiest edition to date.

We all know Charlotte Olympia’s tongue-in-cheek aesthetic; just think back to the eery Hands On Sandal. For Spring 2015, it looks as if the brand is turning its kitschy gaze on Western style.

In the past, designers inspired by the American West generally relegate the region’s rich colors and textures to fall collections. It’s interesting to see Dellal capture this theme in the spring by incorporating belt buckles, calf hair and suede into airy sandals and pumps. This change-up I believe correlates to a small shift for the brand; while Dellal still has some quirky moments in this Spring 2015 collection, like a cowboy on the back of a chunky-heeled sandal, overall, her collection is more rounded. This is likely due to Dellal’s desire to grow her brand by attracting a larger customer base; her other efforts to do the same have included a very laid-back Party Shoe Collection.

Of course, some things never change–you’ll still see some of Dellal’s signatures, like chunky platforms and the Kitty flat. Check out the designs from Net-a-Porter’s Spring 2015 lookbook below, and be sure to look for the collection when it arrives at Net-a-Porter soon.

[Images via Net-a-Porter]

Shoes: Charlotte Olympia Fiesta Meredith Fringe Wedge

Price: $1,295 via Bergdorf Goodman

Why It’s the Shoe of the Week: It’s that time of year: holiday stress has set in. As we finish up our holiday shopping, we can all use a little bit of fun, and this Charlotte Olympia wedge is just that. This all-around fringe looks like a hula skirt, but it’s up to you to get your shoes to shimmy.

We all knowCharlotte Olympia to be two things: quirky (very quirky) and expensive (very expensive). With Charlotte Dellal’s newest collection, Party Shoes, don’t expect to see kitties, pinup girls or gummi bears anywhere.

Dellal is well aware of her target audience, but she also does a very good job of broadening her business to welcome newcomers to the brand. These Party Shoes are the perfect gateway for new customers and an opportunity to develop a new, loyal fan base; these pumps are stripped of all things irreverent and instead are adorned with luscious satin. They come in a variety of colors that range from hot pink to a deep violet, and all are edged with PVC; a detail that was also used in Dellal’s other conservative collection, 9 Till 5. These pumps are as luxe as they are practical, and just in time to wear to all your holiday festivities.

The 85mm low heels are $665 and the 110mm pumps are $695, which constitutes moderate pricing for the brand. You can shop this collection at Charlotte Olympia.

Shoes: Charlotte Olympia Pinup Sandals

Price: $982 via farfetch.com

Why It’s the Shoe of the Week: It may be irreverent and unconventional, but this Charlotte Olympia Pinup Sandal definitely made us smile this morning. It features a playful cartoon of a pinup lady that we promise will cause a lot more laughs and a lot less controversy than Kim K’s backside.

Here’s actress Jena Malone, looking especially glamorous at the London premiere of “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part I”. Jena paired gilded satin Charlotte Olympia Satin Dolly Pumps with a high-slit, off the shoulder satin gown. You can find a suede version of these Dollys for $795 at SSENSE.

Jena Malone has been acting since she was a child, and she spent most of her adolescence toiling away in grittier indie fare, but her high profile role in The Hunger Games franchise has finally catapulted her into the high fashion stratosphere. Incidentally, she also fronts a band called The Shoe.

Here’s Taylor Swift, exiting the Good Morning America studios on Monday morning (the day of her highly anticipated 1989 album release). She’s wearing an especially vertiginous pair of bold, bi-color Charlotte Olympia Dolly Suede Pumps. These shoes are currently on sale in a different color combo for $605 (down from $1,009!) at MyTheresa.com.

I half-expected Taylor to be wearing a pair of Charlotte Olympia’s Kitty Pumps, given her newfound affinity for cats and all things cat-related. Taylor has been acquiring/wearing new designer pumps at an impressive clip, and while she doesn’t have her own edition of “The Many Shoes of…” just yet, I’m guessing one will magically appear on TS in the very near future.

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