This year on the runway, bones other than model€™s ribs and knees made a debut. Alexander McQueen without a doubt has introduced the fashion industry to the wondrous world of skulls, making the normally Gothic symbol a fashionable success years ago. Karl Lagerfeld and Chanel followed the trend by creating dodgy heels, and taboo imagery nearly two years ago. Currently, these DsquaredÂ² Fall 2010 shoes carry on that legacy with an anthropologist€™s dream shoe - thus resulting in the creation of these skeletal stilettos. The series features a variety of high heeled boots and shoes that feature heels that look like they are made from spinal columns. The skeletal backbone heel is surprisingly drool-worthy while continuing the oversized platform trend. First appearing on the runway during Milan€™s Fall 2010 fashion week, this supporting bone heel even gives stilettos a run for their money. The shoes are themselves are considerably downplayed and basic, with such features as lace-up side details on some, elastic bondage straps on others, or simple leather designs that would normally be considered €˜plain-Jane€™--That is, until you see a solid profile. The simple details of the DsquaredÂ² Skeletal Stilettos are contrasted by the beautifully organic formed spines on the heels. Singer/songstress Alicia Keys uploaded this Alicia Keys in DsquaredÂ² in the new DsquaredÂ² skeletal stilettos. She wore these amazing molecular spinal structure heels during her performance at the World Cup Kick-Off Celebration Concert, and those little backbones held up throughout! The particular DsquaredÂ² Skeletal Stilettos that are pictured here in StyleHive are the white bondage strap version of the heels, a personal favorite of the many versions seen in Milan. If you want you own pair, exercise restraint! They go on sale at Zappos.com in August!