See punk rock boots, winged sandals, fetish golf shoes and more from Vivienne Westwood’s footwear exhibit

Vivenne Westwood is clearly the queen of shoes. Photo by Ian Gavan/Getty Images

When Naomi Campbell wiped out on Vivenne Westwood’s runway in 1993, she was wearing a purple mock croc pair of the designer’s Super-Elevated Gilles. The nine-inch high lace-ups were made for Westwood’s Anglomania collection and are one of nearly 200 pairs currently on display at Selfridges Ultralounge for Vivienne Westwood Shoes, An Exhibition 1973 – 2010. The show, which opened yesterday in London and goes until September 22, also has boots from 1976 that Westwood sold at her and Malcolm McClaren’s Kings Road punk shop, Seditionaries (originally called Let It Rock, then Too Fast To Live, Too Young To Die, then Sex) and winged Apollo sandals from her 1988 Pagan 1 collection.

Click the images below to see a sampling of Westwood’s footwear history.

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