I assume you get two for this price but this is the fashion industry we're talking about so who can be certain. It looks a lot like something a five year old might make in craft. Lots of cutting and gluing of random objects.
And that's exactly how it was conceived. A UK newspaper reports:
"Its birth was at about three in the morning, with Marc [Jacobs]
cutting up bits of snake, leather, leopard and ribbon, and the design
team making masks to put on the front. Nearly every pair in the show
was unique, which I think people also like."
there are umpteen variations on the Spicy (prices range from £700 to
£2,040) ensures the customer feels that she is buying something really
special: a one-off (almost) that not every other rich bitch will
"I think it's popular because it's such a great shoe – it's really fun
and jolly, and is a proper work of art," says Katie Grand, editor of
Love magazine and stylist for Louis Vuitton. The unique
element is a big selling point, particularly in an era of mass-produced
fashion. That high street stores churn out identikit accessories is a
no-brainer, but with the economy as it is, designer brands cannot
afford to be quite so unimaginative.