A UK designer created a pair of high heels that'll cost you $15.1-million
UK designer Debbie Wingham has expensive taste. In fact, she has the most expensive taste. With her newly unveiled $15.1-million heels, she now has the title of the priciest shoes in the world.
The shoes, which themselves are made of gold, come with large pink, blue, and white diamonds. Even the thread is 18 carat gold. The heels won't be coming to a store near you, though. The lavish footwear was commissioned by a family who have enough money to splurge on a very pricey birthday gift.
Wingham, who is owns a "couture" cake shop, has a history of going big or going home. She currently has the record for the world's most expensive cake, valued at $50-million dollars, and the priciest dress, which is ran the customer $15.3-million.
HOUSTON ASTRO CAMERON MAYBIN WON FREE TACOS FOR AMERICA
During Game 2 of the World Series on Wednesday, Houston Astros outfielder Cameron Maybin hit a single in the 11th inning. Astros fans were excited.
And then, Maybin stole second base, which ended up being even more exciting for everyone because it meant that Taco Bell would be giving away free tacos.
With its “Steal A Base, Steal A Taco” promotion, Taco Bell is celebrating Maybin’s stolen base by giving away free Doritos Locos Tacos on November 1st between 2 p.m. and 6 p.m.
Free tacos. What’s not to like about that? (For The Win)
WRISTBAND TELLS YOU WHEN YOU’RE OFFICIALLY DRUNK
For years, we’ve been able to buy over-the-counter breathalyzers, the kind that you blow into to see your blood alcohol level.
Well, there’s a new technology that lets you see your blood alcohol level in real time, on your smartphone, by just wearing a wristband.
The BACtrack Skyn is a simple bracelet that you strap on your wrist that connects wirelessly to your smartphone.
As you drink, your skin releases molecules of alcohol that this thing senses -- and then calculates with an app just how drunk you’re getting. The app will even let you set alarms to let you know when you hit certain levels. (Liquor.com)