The Top 20 Spring 2017 Shoes From New York Fashion Week

That’s a wrap: New York Fashion Week has come and gone, meaning there’s no time like the present to review the new footwear styles designers debuted in their spring ’17 collections. The shows ranged from barely-there strappy stilettos to clunky flatforms. Below, see our Top 20 shoe picks (ranked in no particular order):

1. Altuzarra
Charming, twisted eelskin stilettos and cherise hosiery had chic kitsch.

Altuzarra Spring 2017 Collection
Altuzarra spring ’17 collection.
CREDIT: Masato Onoda/Fairchild.

2. Tory Burch
In a collection influenced by New England bohemians, luxe embroidered mocs were on the fringe.

Tory Burch Spring 2017 Collection
Tory Burch spring ’17 moccasin heels.
CREDIT: Thomas Iannaccone/Fairchild.

3. Sies Marjan
This buzzy new brand mixes easy shapes with extreme shoe silhouettes.

Sies Marjan spring 2017
Sies Marjan spring ’17 collection.
CREDIT: REX Shutterstock.

4. Victoria Beckham
The riding boot was reinvented as a posh evening alt.

Victoria Beckham spring 2017
Victoria Beckham spring ’17 collection.
CREDIT: REX Shutterstock.

5. Jason Wu
Thin is in. These spindly silk sandals emphasized slender lines.

Jason Wu Spring 2017 Shoes
Jason Wu spring ’17 shoes.
CREDIT: REX Shutterstock.

6. Narciso Rodriguez
Stark white boots are a key spring (and seasonless) update.

Narciso Rodriguez spring 2017
Narciso Rodriguez spring ’17 collection.
CREDIT: REX Shutterstock.

7. Delpozo
Kitten heels need not be safe: Just add iridescent sequins and strapping.

delpozo ss 17 nyfw mules kitten heels
Delpozo’s kitten heel mules at New York Fashion Week.
CREDIT: REX Shutterstock.

8. Monique Lhuillier
Forget notions of flat sandals. Think foot jewelry.

Monique Lhuillier Spring 2017 New York Fashion Week
Monique Lhuillier spring ’17 collection.
CREDIT: REX Shutterstock.

9. Michael Kors
Practice makes perfect. And in cork platforms this towering, proceed with caution.

michael kors spring 2017
Michael Kors spring ’17 collection.
CREDIT: REX Shutterstock.

10. Tibi
Simple yet striking Grecian sandals get revived in searing hues.

Tibi spring 2017
Tibi spring ’17 collection.
CREDIT: REX Shutterstock.

11. Alexander Wang
The humble flip-flop got its groove back with rows of embellished strapping.

Alexander Wang Spring 2017 Collection
Alexander Wang spring ’17 collection.
CREDIT: Giovanni Giannoni/Fairchild.

12. Prabal Gurung
The mule trend isn’t going anywhere. Note the new high-throat cut.

Prabal Gurung spring 2017
Prabal Gurung spring ’17 collection.
CREDIT: REX Shutterstock.

13. Monse
Satin heels are toughened up with long belt wrapping around the ankle.

Monse spring 2017
Monse spring ’17 collection.
CREDIT: REX Shutterstock.

14. 3.1 Phillip Lim
Substantial-studded sandals were made for pavement pounding.

3.1 phillip lim spring 2017
3.1 Phillip Lim spring ’17 collection.
CREDIT: Kyle Ericksen/Fairchild.

15. Thom Browne
Whatever happened to shoes that make you smile? Clever constructions are a whale of a good time.

thom browne spring 2017
Thom Browne spring ’17 collection.
CREDIT: REX Shutterstock.

16. Tommy Hilfiger
Gigi-approved? Does it even matter? Buy-now, wear-now is the current catchphrase.

Gigi Hadid Tommy Hilfiger Collection
Tommy Hilfiger spring ’17 collection.
CREDIT: REX Shutterstock.

17. Pyer Moss
This label to watch distorted spiffy oxfords with hand-molded silicon soles.

Pyer Moss Spring 2017 Runway Shoes
Pyer Moss spring ’17 collection.
CREDIT: Andrea Hanks/Fairchild.

18. Proenza Schouler
Double up: Stacked flatforms contrast curvy looks.

Proenza Schouler Spring 2017 Collection
Proenza Schouler spring ’17 collection.
CREDIT: George Chinsee/Fairchild.

19. Coach
Chunky boots are a punk princess’ 24/7 go-to.

Coach Spring 2017 Collection
Coach spring ’17 shoes.
CREDIT: Giovanni Giannoni/Fairchild.

 20. Oscar de la Renta
What would Oscar say? Bravo, likely. Embellished sandals prevailed for day and eve.

Oscar de la renta spring 2017
Oscar de la Renta spring ’17 collection.
CREDIT: Banica/WWD/REX/Shutterstock

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