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The Best Celebrity Shoes of the Week

Rihanna, Jennifer Lopez, and more put their best feet forward.
Footwear, Shoe, High heels, Fashion, Tan, Basic pump, Foot, Court shoe, One-piece garment, Leather,
In the kickball game that is red-carpet fashion, shoes always get picked first. There's a reason for that—um, they're like 345,987-time outfit MVPs—which is why we're dedicating a new weekly feature to the most #winning pairs of all. Keep score on your own, and let us know if there's anyone else we should've put on the roster.
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Gwyneth Paltrow
Not even the classiest hint of sideboob can detract from the soft blue Lanvin heels with pearl details our cover girl wore to the L.A. premiere of Mortdecai.
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Jennifer Lopez
Listen to this: striped, multicolored Christian Louboutins in PVC and leather. Doesn't that sound nice? If you're so inclined, here's a link that will make you either very frustrated or very angry at us. Cheers!
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No one can pull off luxe-louche quite like Rihanna, but every girl could use a pair of cap-toe pumps in her collection.
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Pixie Lott
Three words: pink, furry mules. They're kind of like the fancy-footwear equivalent of Uggs, but the singer/actress/Marie Claire UK cover girl pulls them off so well, she makes us want pairs of our very own.
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Sophia Webster
How cool is it that she's wearing her own design? If you want a closer look at those rose gold, beaded T-bars—which we do not recommend if you've sworn off cheeky shoes for the moment—here's your stop.
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Karolina Kurkova
Everything about this is just so, so cute, from the pose to the flapper dress to the smile to the flower-embellished Louboutins.
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Amanda Holden
We know, we know. The whole outfit's a bit much with the flag and the Britain's Got Talent carpet, but in any other setting, those pillar box red ankle-tie Bionda Castana pumps would be the main attraction.
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Jennifer Lopez
Yup, those are J.Lo's mirrored Charlotte Olympia platforms screaming "buy me!" from the intro image. The only thing you can do to make the voices go away is give in to them, right?
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