Lenny Kravitz's Knee-High Wedge Boots: Love 'Em or Hate 'Em?

09/24/2010 at 01:00 PM ET

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Taking the leap from skinny jeans to full-on leather pants is a bold move for any man, but Lenny Kravitz took it one step further on Thursday, tucking his leather pants into knee-high wedge boots! Proving that fashion truly has no gender, the rocker was snapped leaving his N.Y.C. hotel confidently donning the wedge leather boots with a drapey cowl-neck pullover and a cross-body man purse! And while it has become acceptable for any man to wear designer denim or even obsess over his hair products, it seems that Lenny may just be standing alone in this bold sartorial effort — for now. Tell us: Is he on the heels of the next wave of men’s fashion or has he gone too far with his high-heeled boots? Vote below! Justine Harman

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Willian Rocha on

He is a Face!!!

cec on

omg, seriously?

Tinkerbell on

Well, he has “LITTLE MAN SYNDROME” or should I say ‘LITTLE WOMAN’???

Ashlee on

He’s kidding, right????

Lune on

He looks fine to me.

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eve on

oh lord – toooo girly

dramamama on

LOL @ andy’s comment!

Alice on

Bill Kaulitz wore those same exact boots last year.

remy on

help me obi wan youre my only hope – lmao

dude take those off……..

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