Stuart Weitzmanâ€™s Ruby Slippers
They are studded with 642 Burma rubies weighing in at 123.33 carats. The settings are made of half a pound of platinum. These shoes were made with the help of Oscar Heyman Bros.
Stuart Weitzmanâ€™s Cinderella Slippers
Worn by singer Alison Krauss at the 2004 Academy Awards, these shoes were Weitzmanâ€™s next pair of fantasy-themed slippers. They are studded with 565 Kwiat diamonds 55 carats of clear diamonds and a single 5-carat gem.
Stuart Weitzman and Le Vian evening shoes
There are over 185 carats of museum-quality tanzanite gemstones along the ankle bracelets, including the two 16-carat gems hanging from each. Additionally, there are 28 carats of diamonds along the front straps.
Harry Winstonâ€™s Ruby Slippers
While the original ruby slippers worn by Judy Garland were made with sequins, these spectacular slippers designed by Ronald Winston of the House of Harry Winston to mark the classic movieâ€™s fiftieth anniversary used real rubies. The slippers include 4,600 rubies totaling 1,350 carats (as well as 50 carats of diamonds) which took craftsman Javiar Barerra two months to set. Made in 1989, the worldâ€™s most expensive shoes are still on sale.