What Her Red Heels Are Saying
When it comes to the soundtrack of their lives, these songstresses are letting their fiery shoes do the singing
The “Hot N Cold” singer says she draws style inspiration from “pop culture, different females … like cartoonish, punk-rock, cute, a smorgasbord of things.” This may explain the odd choker, Google Ghost “Nasty Woman” tee, black Cédric Charlier flared faux-leather skirt and powerful red Prada platforms combo. Or not.
JUST A GIRL? AS IF!”
In case you were fooled by her “aw shucks” California girl disposition, let the singer‘s spicy scarlet lips, edgy dip-dyed pony and red spiked Christian Louboutin Snakilta booties set you straight. They scream #badass from top to bottom.
I WALK WALK WALK WALK WALK”
The Bajan beauty’s Fenty x Puma line has redefined the concept of gym attire by including heeled tennis shoes and satin baseball caps. But topping a flapper-inspired micromini with a Vetements sweatshirt? There’s only so many steps you’re going to go in those Christian Louboutin suede heels, Riri.
Zoë captioned an Instagram pic of her newly dyed locks “Blond like frank,” in reference to Frank Ocean’s album, Blonde. But all bundled and carrying her pocketbook senior citizen–style (got any hard candies in there?), her platinum hair reads more “gray like granny.” Sassy crimson knotted heels are a clever reminder that she’s still just 27.