Furkenstocks and haute shower shoes were just the beginning — fashion still can't leave a perfectly good shoe alone. The proof is in the platform-tastic, overly ornamented, are-they-for-real? versions of the everyday shoes ahead.
From bedazzled Birkenstocks and souped-up sneaks to monster mules and knee-high Nikes, here are the 40 most "fashion" things that fashion people have done with your classic footwear lately. Hang onto your plain-Jane penny loafers because things are about to get weird in here.