See the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show Shoes Before They Hit the Runway

See the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show Shoes Before They Hit the Runway

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The Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show looks go beyond just the wings and the lingerie; there are some epic heels involved, too. For the fourth year in the row, footwear designer Brian Atwood teamed up with the mega intimates brand to create the shoes for the runway extravaganza. The result is 100 different pairs of shoes in 18 different styles.

Ahead, take a look at bold and dazzling heels the Angels and models will be wearing down the catwalk. To catch the shoes with their full runway looks, be on the lookout for photos from the NYC taping later today, and catch the full broadcast of the show on Sunday, December on ABC.

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One of the styles is a T-strap sandal featuring a multicolored floral pattern with a black heel and ankle strap. We may be nearing winter, but these heels make us want to take our spring and summer wardrobes out of storage again.

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“I love that Victoria’s Secret allows you to be free to design and create ‘over the top’ styles for the fashion show,” Atwood tells BAZAAR.com. “This show is the ultimate fashion show for shoes!”

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In addition to the rosy red and blush pink iterations of the sandal, there’s also this blue-and-green combo, for a cooler color scheme.

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And there’s this pink and periwinkle colorway for pastel lovers.

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Next is a series of satin cage heels, which come in solid fuchsia, neon yellow, and black. These electric-hued pairs likely won’t be hard to spot on the runway.

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“The VS show has multiple stories [and] themes throughout, and we design into those themes and create what we think will be a ‘wow’ factor,” Atwood tells BAZAAR.com.

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We wonder what theme these killer heels will be a part of on the runway.

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And because no fall ensemble is quite complete without a bootie, VS models will also be rocking these vibrant ankle boots on the catwalk.

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The stiletto, pointed-toe pairs are covered with in-your-face florals, which you can also find in the Mary Katrantzou x Victoria’s Secret capsule collection.

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We can already imagine this fur- and feather-covered cage sandal on a fun, carefree bride. Who wouldn’t want to say “I do” in a heels like these?

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The shoe comes in a champagne and a pink-hued style.

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In the vein of its PINK collegiate line, VS shows off its sporty side with these black-and-white booties, covered in logo-printed bands.

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Another athletic-inspired style includes a lace-up design, leather lining, and a white elastic panel down the side. Equal parts sporty and witchy.

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There are more abstract versions of the ankle boot too. These include cut-outs and a thick ankle strap, with metallic floral embroidery stretching all the way down to the tip of the stiletto.

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“It usually takes around four to six months from initial concept to final product,” Atwood says of creating the footwear. “It all depends on the complexity of the design. Some shoes have over 3,000 crystals on them and over 100 hours of work.”

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We can also expect to see this black leather lace-up bootie, complete with a stiletto heel and tasseled laces that wrap around the ankle.

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The boot also got a thigh-high upgrade, resulting in an extra-vampy look. We can already picture these on the catwalk with matching lace-up lingerie and perhaps a pair of black wings.

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Angels go grunge with this patent leather over-the-knee boot, featuring a pointed heel, a plaid cuff, and two buckles for an edgy feel.

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