Just got these F/W 12 LD Tuttle for Helmut Lang wedge ankle boots so I thought I'd share an updated family portrait of my power bottom heels.  I do have eight other pairs of heels, but the rest are for drag - these are, well, my boy heels.

The pair I got is a runway sample, and the name on the sticker inside of them let me know who wore them in the show - Kati Nescher.  The last shape is similar to some boots Ann Demeulemeester has made (which I love), but the wedge is 100% LD Tuttle - fragmented and so skinny it's like a blade under your foot.  They also have stretch leather panels on the sides of the shaft so the fit is sleek, but not suffocating.  The quality is impeccable, as well - I'm always wary of super skinny wedges like this, but these are some solid motherfuckers.

edit:  I just saw some detailed photos of the retail version in stores, and the wedge is lower and thicker.  Yikes.  I wouldn't mind a little more comfort (these are steep), but the second you diverge from the original design you lose some of its essence.  If you're as obsessive about shoes as I am I'm sure you'd never notice any difference between the ones on the runway and the ones in stores... but I consider myself lucky I got this pair.

left to right:  Jil Sander F/W 07, Alexander Wang F/W 10, Helmut Lang x LD Tuttle F/W 12, Dolce Vita


  1. fuking slim wedges!!! who cares about MMM H&M lucite haha .. those HL are seriously uhhmazing

    haha i can totally relate to your #boywedges category

  2. P3®ƒ∑C†!ºN<3 I've been hunting for square toed Rad Hourani boots for a minute if you come across any on like ebay give y'boy a holla @jbontha ♡


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