Rihanna, Zendaya Top Standout Celebrity Shoe Sightings This Weekend

There were plenty of big events this weekend that kept the fashion industry on its toes, and the stars didn’t disappoint in terms of bringing their best to the red carpet.

Rihanna wowed on Friday wearing Miu Miu heels to the BET Black Girls Rock event in New Jersey and repeated her statement-shoe moment again over the weekend wearing a pair of thigh-high denim boots from her Manolo Blahnik collaboration. 


Rihanna Celebrity Statement Shoes Spring 2016
April 2016: Rihanna was spotted wearing the denim boots from her Manolo Blahnik collaboration.
CREDIT: Splash.

Dolly Parton proved she can still rock a sky-high heel. At the Academy of Country Music Awards in Las Vegas on Sunday night, she wore Christian Louboutin heels alongside duet partner Katy Perry (who was in stiletto cowboy boots by Jeremy Scott).

Dolly Parton in Christian Louboutin heels
Dolly Parton in Christian Louboutin heels.
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On the red carpet at the iHeart Radio Music Awards in Los Angeles, star Zendaya had her second shoe hit of the weekend wearing Haider Ackermann heels, after rocking Jimmy Choo the night before at the GLAAD Awards in L.A.

Zendaya iHeartRadio Awards 2016 Red Carpet
Zendaya in Haider Ackermann fall ’16.
CREDIT: AP Images.

Across the pond, Gemma Arterton made a big statement at the Olivier Awards in London, wearing purple hued heels by Charlotte Olympia that complemented her Jenny Packham dress.

Gemma Arterton Celebrity Statement Shoes Spring 2016
April 2016: Gemma Arterton attended the Olivier Awards wearing Charlotte Olympia platforms with her Jenny Packham dress.
CREDIT: Rex Shutterstock.
Gemma Arterton Celebrity Statement Shoes Spring 2016
April 2016: Arterton’s Charlotte Olympia heels.
CREDIT: Rex Shutterstock.

Click through the gallery to see more standout looks from the stars this weekend.

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