If you've been paying attention, you would have noticed something afoot in the world of shoes. Flatforms have slowing but surely been creeping (pun intended) onto our radar, and now we're well and truly under their spell. It all started with Prada's S/S 2011 collection and the kooky cool 'creepers' that Miuccia Prada sent down the runway. Fast forward to 2011 and everyone from Philip Lim to Sergio Rossi, Sigerson Morrison and Topshop are towing the flatform line. The defining flatform feature? The platform must start thick, and have minimal graduation towards the heel — the slightest of wedges need only apply. We've scouted the best ten on the market, from bright brogues to Swedish-inspired sandals, so you can get a-creeping, too.
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