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Dressed to Kill: Nixxi Rose’s Killer High Heels

by Hazel Chua
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Designers draw inspiration from their passions and interests, and from random things that catch their eye. The former was probably true for jewelry and shoe designer Nixxi Rose when she came up with this series of to-die-for footwear featuring the likes of the previously seen Iron Shoes (inspired by the hit show Game of Thrones) and the Krueger Heels (which were inspired by – you guessed it – Elm Street’s Freddy Krueger.)

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Other shoes in the collection include footwear inspired by Breaking Bad (that’s aptly called Breaking Ankles, considering how high it is) and some horror-inducing pumps, including some Hellraiser Pinhead shoes.

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The crystal meth on the Breaking Ankles shoes is a nice touch. That’s my favorite pair of the series – what’s yours?

[via Geekologie]

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