Scarlett Johansson's killer heels, Roger Federer's trainers and Jeremy Corbyn's black pumps are among the items up for grabs in a charity sale.
Each year a host of famous faces donate their footwear to the Celebrity Shoe Auction to raise funds for children living on rubbish dumps around the world.
It's the brainchild of Amy Hanson who is the founder of the Small Steps Project.
Amy spoke to London Live's Alison Earle about why she started the charity.
The auction is live until Tuesday 21st November.