$100,000 Platinum Stilettos, For The Aspiring Bond Villain
It's hard for me to imagine ever spending $100,000 on a single pair of shoes, but I can. I would gladly throw down some serious cash for tap shoes owned by Ginger Rogers, and I'd give up my first born for Elaine Benes's Botticellis. I very much doubt, though, that I would spend such an amount on a pair of platinum stilettos.
Yet for all the aspiring James Bond villainesses out there, these deadly dagger-stacked heels are perfect, and aptly named after bad-bitch Cleopatra, they can be yours for just £70,000 (or $112,567).
The shoe's creator, Christopher Shellis (who also designed the impressively ugly Diamond Stiletto), claims that
This means once you've thwarted your enemy with a kick of death, you can conveniently switch out the blood-soaked pieces, and go straight to the cocktail lounge to play poker with billionaires.
And if platinum's not your thing, don't worry: These weapons also come in 18 carat white or yellow gold.