Taylor Swift’s Billboard Awards Shoes: Brian Atwood Tribeca Platforms

With a number of the industry’s top artists and personalities walking the 2015 Billboard Music Awards red carpet tonight, all eyes were indeed on one of the night’s most-nominated stars—Taylor Swift.

The star wore silver Tribeca heels by Brian Atwood, paired with a white cut-out jumpsuit by Balmain. Swift was the most nominated star of the evening, with 14 nominations across 13 categories, such as Top Female Artist, Top Social Artist and Artist of the Year.

Swift’s signature footwear style on the red carpet includes strappy sandals by luxury designers. She has worn memorable styles by brands such as Tamara Mellon, Jimmy Choo, Brian Atwood and Charlotte Olympia.

On stage, Swift often opts for designs by Stuart Weitzman, including the styles she recently wore on her ‘1989’ tour. The star has recently wore thigh-high Weitzman black boots, Gran embellished ankle booties, and strappy Streamer platform sandal. The label is a big hit with musicians, as Beyoncé also frequently wears them on stage.

In even more shoe-related Swift news, the singer recently launched her collection of limited-edition sneakers, in collaboration with Keds. While her cultivated style is not necessarily the most experimental, the star definitely knows a thing or two about shoes.

2015 Billboard Music Awards Red Carpet
Taylor Swift paired her white jumpsuit with silver Brian Atwood Tribeca platforms.
CREDIT: Getty Images.
2015 Billboard Music Awards Red Carpet
The Brian Atwood Tribeca platform sandals worn by Taylor Swift at the 2015 Billboard Music Awards.
CREDIT: Getty Images.

For a closer look at Swift’s shoe style, click here.

And for all the best celebrity red carpet action, and of course shoe style, from this year’s Billboard Music Awards, click through our slideshow below.

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