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Top Ten Glitziest Killer Heels

We’re nearing the end of our Killer Heels to Kick out Killer Diseases online celebrity and designer shoe auction, which finishes this Friday 10th December at 4pm. 

So, with the Christmas party season upon us, we thought we’d highlight some of the amazing shoes that you can bid on in our Top Ten Glitziest Party Shoes feature!

Drum roll please, they are:

Not technically a pair of shoes, a £600 voucher has kindly been donated by Christian Louboutin to spend at any of his stores. Just think of how many red-soled shoes you could buy in the sales with that!  The starting reserve was £200, with the current bid – at the time of going to press at £310.  Come on ladies (or guys for your other halves) get bidding!


The second pair has to be these stunning Charlotte Olympia suede and fuschia leather strappy numbers. A size 6.5*, these shoes would normally retail at over £500 and the current bid for these is just £180.


Our third pair are these AMAZING Georgina Goodman suede strappy sandals in a size 5.5* with the word LOVE written on the side of them in rainbow colours. The recommended retail price for these would normally set you back £600 and the current bid for these is £210.  Go on, be a love and snap these up!


The forth pair are these fantastic handmade Rob Goodwin shoes. Made exclusively for our auction, Rob Goodwin is a recent graduate from the London College of Fashion and courts (see what we’ve done there?) Kate Moss and Grace Jones as his fans.  These ostrich and cow stunners would normally retail at £1,500 and are a size 5.5*. Our reserve price is a snip at just £275! 

The fifth pair of our Top Ten Glitziest Shoes simply has to be Camilla Stovgaard’s killer heels. I tried these on and they looked absolutely fabulous. A size 6*, these shoes would normally retail at £360. The current bid for these stands at £135.  Help us to stamp out child killer diseases by purchasing these.

For our sixth pair, it doesn’t get more glitzy than these size 4* silver studded Stella McCartney  heels.  At a recommended retail price of £445, our reserve price is £250.

The seventh pair are these super cute SIGNED Fernando Pires, donated by burlesque celebrity Dita Von Teese.  Red leather with white polka dots, these shoes are a size 3.5* and would be perfect with that Christmas party dress!


Our eight pair are these totally awesome Nicholas Kirkwood shoe/boots.  How fab are these?  Made with black suede and bronze leather detail; be the envy of your friends in these size 4* open toed boots. The normal price would set you back £560, the current bid is £210.


Our penultimate pair of glitzy party shoes are these Jonathan Kelsey heels in a size 6.5*. Perfectly sparkly, they are a must have purchase.  These would normally retail at £495 but our reserve price is only £165.

And last but by no means least, these stunning pair of purple open toe Alexander McQueen heels. In a size 4*, these would normally retail at £565 however the current bid is £210.

Phew, that was hard as there are almost 60 pairs of fabulous shoes to go through! However, don’t just take our word for it; why not visit our auction at- http://www.savethechildren.org.uk/en/killer-heels.htm and view our brilliant selection of Killer Heels?

So far, we’ve raised thousands of pounds in bids for an array of shoes that have been donated by: Samantha Cameron, Sienna Miller, Nigella Lawson, Sadie Frost, Pixie Lott, Sophie Ellis-Bextor, Jonathan Ross, Manolo Blahnik, Alexander McQueen, Stella McCartney, Nicole Farhi, Nicholas Kirkwood, Camilla Skovgaard, Jonathan Kelsey, Pedro Garcia, Atalanta Weller, Rupert Sanderson, Betty Jackson, Georgina Goodman, a pair of handmade exclusive Rob Goodwin ostrich and cow ankle boots, Melissa, ASOS, Kurt Geiger, Ted Baker, Office, United Nude and Start Boutique, amongst many others.

 *(sizes are standard UK)

Don’t forget, all money raised goes towards helping to kick out child preventable diseases such as malaria, HIV, pneumonia, measles, diarrhoea and malaria.

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