Drake’s Golden OVO x Air Jordans — $1.9 Million

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A collaboration between Canadian rapper Drake and renowned artist Matthew Sena, these Air Jordans from Drake’s fashion label OVO are some of the most expensive shoes of all time. Taking into account the gold price at the time in 2016 and their 100lb weight, the material’s value alone would be valued at $1.9 million. Made of solid gold, these OVOs are likely never to be replicated, making them a true one-off.

Jason Arasheben Custom Tom Fords – $2million

Going into the 2014 season finale of America’s Got Talent, host Nick Cannon was determined to shine as bright as the show’s stars. He reached out to the mastermind behind boutique store Jason of Beverly Hills, Jason Arasheben, to collaborate on crafting some seriously costly shoes. Containing 14,000 diamonds and weighing 340 carats, these shoes came in at $2million.

Stuart Weitzman Tanzanite Heels – $2million

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Crafted in partnership with jeweler Eddie LeVian, these heels boast a height of 4.5 inches and are embellished with an impressive 185 carats of the gemstone. While their allure and scarcity are undeniable, Tanzanite falls under the category of semi-precious, so to justify their substantial price tag, the designers took an extra step by incorporating an additional 28 carats of diamonds.

Stuart Weitzman Cinderella Slippers — $2 Million

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Adorned with 565 Kwiat diamonds set in platinum, these lacy white Italian-leather strappy heels exude luxury. Adding a touch of opulence, the right shoe showcases a $1 million amaretto diamond weighing five carats, evoking a regal princess sensation for the fortunate wearer. Drawing inspiration from the renowned fairytale, Weitzman aimed to fashion something more practical than the legendary glass slippers.

Stuart Weitzman Rita Hayworth heels – $3 million

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As you can see, luxury brand Stuart Weitzman take pleasure in crafting unique pieces. The link between these shoes and Rita Hayworth becomes evident as embedded within are diamond, ruby, and sapphire stones formerly owned by the Hollywood icon herself, rendering this pair exceptionally remarkable. Currently held by Princess Yasmin Aga Khan, Hayworth’s daughter with Prince Ali Salman Aga Khan, the shoes have found a new home.

Harry Winston Ruby Slippers — $3 Million

Fashioned with an array of precious gems, these ornate slippers were crafted in 1989 to celebrate the 50th anniversary of The Wizard of Oz. Maintaining the authenticity of Judy Garland’s small feet with a size 4, these shoes bear a remarkable weight of 25 carats of diamonds and an astonishing 1,350 carats of rubies.

Shoes Thrown at President Bush — $10 Million

If an offer of purchase signifies value, then the shoes launched at then President George W. Bush by Iraqi journalist Muntadhar al-Zaidi in 2008 should make the list. The Ducati model 271 shoe may not win any fashion awards but it certainly didn’t stop Saudi Arabian property developer Hassan Mohammad Makhafa from offering $10 million for the original pair.

Debbie Wingham High Heels — $15.1 Million

Starting out in the fashion world, designer and multimedia artist Debbie Wingham ventured into the realm of confectionery delights before ingeniously merging both worlds. This fusion resulted in a pair of heels valued at $15 million. These lavish heels not only exude high-fashion elegance but also resemble a tempting delicacy. Intricately woven with 18K gold thread, these heels look good enough to eat.

Passion Jewellers x Jada Dubai Diamond Shoes — $17 Million

Two prestigious luxury labels, Passion Jewellers and Juda, collaborated to bring this vision to life. This specific pair showcases a composition of pure gold, enhanced with impeccable D grade diamonds, with the pair weighing an astonishing 15 carats each. These exquisite shoes are proudly exhibited at the iconic Burj Al Arab hotel in Dubai.

Antonio Vietri Moon Star Shoes — $19.9 Million

At nearly $20million, these heels were unveiled in Dubai as a highlight of MIDE (Made in Italy, Designed in Emirates) Fashion Week. Sporting a solid gold heel, embellished with 30 carats of diamonds, and featuring a touch of a 16th-century Argentinian meteorite, these shoes pay homage to the iconic 163-story Burj Khalifa skyscraper in their design.