Marc Jacobs caught our attention in New York with sky-high platforms fit for any candy raver in bold hues and trippy designs, like bright purple suede sandals and pink knee-high boots. In London, Anya Hindmarch covered a pair of high-top sneakers with her signature stickers, along with shower slides with cool leather details. Milan was not short on extravagant styles from Gucci and Dolce & Gabbana, while in Paris, Chanel made its iconic ballet flat into a silver statement shoe; Anthony Vaccarello brought "YSL" (literally) to a classic pump for Saint Laurent; and Nicolas Ghesquière covered boots with a Louis Vuitton monogram. And that's only a handful of the 51 (!) styles we consider our top favorites.
Click through the gallery below for all the shoes that caught our attention for spring 2017.