Top Shoe Looks from Tribeca Film Fest

In blinged-out sandals, printed pumps and sky-high platforms, Hollywood’s heavy hitters have been turning heads at the 10th Annual Tribeca Film Festival, which runs through April 29 in New York. Catherine Zeta-Jones and Jessica White were all about old Hollywood glamour at Vanity Fair’s opening-night party, donning sophisticated Christian Louboutin peep-toe pumps and embellished Manolo Blahnik sandals, respectively. Leelee Sobieski wore a strappy Alaia style to “The Five Year Engagement” premiere, and Malin Akerman stepped out in Walter Steiger’s signature heels at the premiere of “Giant Mechanical Man.” Funny girl Kristen Wiig embraced a playful look in on-trend tropical print pumps by Nicholas Kirkwood at the “Revenge for Jolly” premiere. And Olivia Wilde had two notable shoe moments, wearing Brian Atwood platforms for the premiere of “Deadfall” and architectural Aperlai sandals for the premiere of the short film “Help Wanted.”

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