10: Stuart Weitzman Diamond Dream StilettosIf diamonds really are a girl's best friend, these shoes must have walked right out of one of Marilyn Monroe's dreams. Created for the 2007 Oscars and the feet of "Dreamgirls" actress, Anika Noni Rose, Stuart Weitzman's Diamond Dream stilettos are delicate but scream glamour! The shoes, valued the least expensive of the famous designers Oscar creations at $500,000, are studded with 1,420 diamonds. The sandal-style stilettos feature two bands of diamond-encrusted circles at the top of each foot, inspired by the timeless circles collection from Kwiat (rhymes with "Fiat") diamonds where the 30 carats were purchased. The shoes also have a simple silver band across the toes, adding to the delicateness of these sparkly creations. You won't be able to take your eyes off of them.
9: Original Ruby Slippers from "The Wizard of Oz"The famous shoes that clicked their heels and found their home at No. 9 on our list are one of three known surviving pairs. The last pair of Judy Garland's famous ruby slippers from "The Wizard of Oz" to be sold at Christie's auction house to a private owner fetched a whopping $612,000. Another pair was set for sale in late 2011 at the Icons of Hollywood Auction, but with a starting bid of $2 million they failed to receive any bids. The third pair is on display at the Smithsonian's National Museum of History in Washington, D.C., where you can drool over the fancy footwear free-of-charge. A fourth pair was part of the collection at the Judy Garland Museum in Grand Rapids, Minn., but was stolen in a smash-and-grab heist in 2005, and has yet to be recovered
8: Stuart Weitzman "Marilyn Monroe" ShoesThese elegant, nude evening shoes are adorned with a satin rose, which surrounds a cluster of shimmering Swarovski crystals. But these aren't just any Swarovski crystals -- they're a pair of earrings once owned and treasured by Marilyn Monroe. Actress Regina King wore the shoes to the 2005 Oscars, when she was nominated for her role in the movie "Ray." After the red carpet event, Weitzman replaced Marilyn's earrings with replicas and auctioned off the shoes in the Celebrity Rags 4 Charity Riches auction, where the shoes sold for $1 million.
7: Stuart Weitzman Retro Rose PumpsThese retro heels Weitzman designed in a 1940s style with a signature t-strap of that era are valued at $1 million. The rose ornaments on the toes are made of 100 carats of 1,800 Kwiat diamonds. Aside from the rose ornaments, there are 400 more Kwiat diamonds incorporated into the shoes themselves. These heels created quite a stir at the 2008 Oscars when Weitzman selected screenwriter Diablo Cody, nominee for best original screenplay for her movie "Juno," to wear the shoes. Cody, who won the Oscar that night, refused to wear the shoes and told reporters that being selected to wear the shoes was a "cheesy publicity stunt."
6: Stuart Weitzman Platinum Guild StilettosThese gorgeous strappy stilettos were styled from platinum fabric and adorned with a whopping 464 diamonds supplied by jeweler Kwiat. The round and pear-shaped diamonds were designed to be removable so they could also be worn as jewelry. These were the first million dollar shoes to be created for an Oscar nominee to wear on the big night, and lucky "Mulholland Drive" actress Laura Harring was chosen for the honor. With a price tag of $1.09 million, you wouldn't want to be the one to step on her toes.
5: Stuart Weitzman Ruby SlippersValued at $1.6 million, these "Wizard of Oz"-inspired heels are more couture than Kansas. The sophisticated stilettos were designed with a cherry red insole, replete with a delicate upper of red satin and encrusted with an impressive 642 Burma rubies. The settings alone contain half a pound of platinum and boast a total carat count of 123.33. These dazzling delights were scheduled to make their red carpet debut in 2003, but were shelved because of the sober mood due to the war in Iraq. They came out of the closet later that year for display at Harrod's in London.