Lily Collins stars in next month's " The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones, " the big-screen adaptation of the hugely popular fantasy book by Cassandra Clare. In the movie, Collins plays Clary, an ordinary teenager who discovers it's her destiny to become a demon hunter, and along with the fighting skills come the proper butt-kicking costume. During an interview at the San Diego Comic-Con , where Collins was promoting the film, Collins talked about the fine art of running in five-inch heels, something every good demon hunter must learn to do. "Doing stunts in a basic top that's a dress and 5-inch, leather thigh-high boots, that's not normal," Collins said. "That's not easy. I didn't have any injuries, though.
When you first put on that beautiful new pair of heels, you imagine your night being like this: But if you're anything like us, you're really thinking this: Then, even after only five minutes, your feet are starting to hurt. You start relying on inanimate objects around you -- like the wall -- to keep your balance. But, inevitably, you slip... Sometimes people need to help you walk as you stumble.
Sometimes you only have a second to react, so that could be a split second you have to prevent a crash, said Savoy. Heeled shoes arent the only problem, added Savoy. Flip-flops are not recommended because they can fall off your feet and they can wedge underneath the brake and the accelerator, she said. A recent survey in Britain revealed 80 percent of women drivers chose fashion over safety.
Gun high heels: Fashion that just won't fly with the TSA
The only danger you'll find yourself in if you wear these at the airport is the danger of missing your flight because the TSA will definitely pull you out of line! They are actually a clever looking pair of shoes, which are seen above, as they have heels in the shape of http://www.hiheelsshoes.com/why-mean-dont-wear-high-heels/ a handgun. The TSA must have a long list of stories by now of people who push the envelope with the objects they try to bring and wear onto a plane. One woman tested the waters as she walked through the TSA line sporting a pair of shoes that looked like they came straight out of the "Sopranos" closet.