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Kitten Heels Are Back In Vogue

Kitten heels: You either love it or you hate it. The style first emerged in the 1950s, when sophisticated young ladies wore them paired with classic A-line dresses. Once film star and fashion icon Audrey Hepburn started wearing them, they grew in popularity and became the de facto shoe of choice for stylish women of all ages.

The hype has since died down in the decades after, but the kitten heel is now experiencing a resurgence in popularity with celebrities, famous faces and fashion icons – current US First Lady Michelle Obama and Vogue Paris editor-in-chief Emmanuelle Alt included. What this proves: That it can shed its outdated and frumpy image to become an It shoe for the fashion-forward crowd.

We highlight the ones that debuted on the Spring Summer 2017 runway and how streetstyle stars are wearing them out:

A mash-up of an ankle strap heel and mules, this maroon pair from Acne Studios are great for minimalist dressers.
This Celine pair will remain a classic for years with its neutral grey shade and metallic gold heel.
This black and white pair from Christian Dior lends a feminine touch to any outfit.
A kitten heel can be adapted for boots as well, as this eclectic style from Loewe demonstrates.
Prada gives us some very fun kitten heels with this t-strap pair adorned with feathers.
This Sportsmax pair exudes athletic vibes with its geometric heel and modernist cut outs.
An ankle strap pair of kitten heels, when matched with a midi skirt, gives off classic 1950s vibes.
They can also look modern: Just pair them with trendy items like a leather skirt.
See: Why vinyl is the ’80s look you’d want to own for Spring 2017 Team them with monochrome separates to look instantly polished.
A pair of pointed-toe ankle boots like this one has a cowboy-ish yet futuristic vibe.
A classic pair is also the perfect accessory to complete a '60s mod look.
Or go completely loud by pairing zebra-print kitten heels with an equally colourful outfit.
It also works as an un-fussy option for work.
A casual look can also be instantly elevated by a vintage-looking pair.
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