With 32 color options and 5 different soles, the shoes offer substantial variety for the shoe aficionado. You can create a shoe in a single shade, in hues such as cobalt blue or scarlet, or opt for one of the many two-tone variations, such as mercury and white or scarlet and black.
In addition to a brushed calfskin upper, crocodile and python skins are also on hand for those after a little something extra.
And the fun doesn’t stop there. Once the color and materials have been selected, customers can request that their initials be branded in gold on the sole.
Prices start at $975 for leather and range up to $2,400 for crocodile.
The only slight catch is that your made-to-order designs will take 60 days to complete — there is serious workmanship involved — meaning you’ll have to wait a bit before you can strut them all over town. So it’s a good thing the flatform has continued to be a sought-after design since its first appearance on runways for spring 2011.