The Best Celebrity Shoes of the Week

Fancy people wore fancy footwear and went outside fancily. Want to see?
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Fancy people wore fancy footwear and went outside fancily. Want to see?
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Rihanna in Christian Louboutin for Holly Fulton Suede Pumps
RiRi's been on a real pink kick lately, and it's giving us an itch to pull a Kay Thompson. Lilac pumps just make this whole candy-colored affair even sweeter, no?
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Hannah Murray in Embellished Charlotte Olympia Sandals
Point of interest: The heels on Murray's kitschy Charlotte Olympia suede platforms were inspired by cacti. See more looks from the Game of Thrones premiere here.
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Lena Dunham in Polka-Dot Bionda Castana Pumps
Is this Tanya Taylor dress one of Lena Dunham's best looks ever? Because it's really dang cute, especially when print-mixed with those matching Bionda Castanas.
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Diane Kruger in Loopy White Sandals
It was only a matter of time before someone wore this Alexander McQueen dress, and boy, am I glad 1) it wasn't during awards season and 2) that Diane Kruger finally got around to it. She knew white, barely there heels wouldn't detract from those appliqués.
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Lily Rabe in Camouflage Bionda Castana Pumps
When you're promoting American Horror Story in a black frock, it's a smart move to mix it up with patterned footwear to avoid those Coven comparisons, you know?
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Rita Ora in Sophia Webster Pumps
Well, what else but logo-printed red pointed-toes would you wear to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Coke bottle?
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Sophie McShera in Sophia Webster Sandals
Daisy? Is that you? Sophie McShera cleans up SO well, which is saying a lot given that her costar is a real, live princess. We'd be willing to pit these animal-themed ankle-straps against Cinderella's glass slippers any day.
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