Does anyone else feel sorry for Chloë's feet? Despite their beauty, they always look either bruised, scabbed, blistered or squashed into shoes that barely fit, with possible bunions beginning to form. I remember seeing a video of her years ago discussing fashion and she said something like "If it looks good, you wear it no matter how much it hurts", and I recall thinking "That's not Chloë, it sounds like she's repeating a bullshit line some gay male fashion designer told her who has no idea what wearing women's shoes feels like."
It's not the right message to send at all, even if you're in show business. You should wear things that look good, but if they're too tight and are painful, your health and comfort should always take priority over what's aesthetically pleasing. If she continues down this road, she'll end up with more pain later in life and her feet will start looking like a 50 year-old's - it's already starting.