Prada Releases Cadillac and Hot Rod-Inspired Shoe Collection


They'll go great with jeans.

This one goes out to all of you show lovers out there. Yeah, who are we kidding? The chances that a majority (or even a minority) of CarBuzz readers likes or even cares about designer women's fashion (and shoes of all things) is about slim to none. So why even bother? Well, simply because Italian fashion label Prada has just launched their ‘haute couture' line for spring and summer 2012. The entire thing is meant to be a tribute to the 1950s, specifically Cadillacs and hot rods.

If you're still reading this (and that's cool if you are), then you'll notice that the high-heeled shoes feature various bits taken directly from that decade's most iconic automotive designs. The heels are decorated with automotive parts such as spoilers, wings, taillights, chrome accents, and even hot rod-like flames. Certainly not for everybody we know, but if there's ever a time you want to buy your special lady friend a really expensive gift, she'll at least know your heart was in the right place.

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