Just for Kicks: Gold-Tipped Shoelaces

In Fashion, What's New by Marilise Gavenas


We’re not sure if these qualify as fine jewelry . . . accessories . . . or something else entirely.

Meaning that these gold-tipped, diamond-studded shoelaces are the kind of thing  retailers used to pitch as being “for the woman who has everything.”

Made by jeweler Jason Alton as part of his Rich Kidd Collection, they’re available in either black or white and tipped with 18 karat gold aglets set with inverted black diamonds carrying a total carat weight of .56.

Alton calls Rich Kidd—which also includes custom grills, nameplate rings, and nameplate necklaces—a “pop culture celebration and commentary.”

The price says it all: $1,500.

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