The average rap fan probably wasn't watching too much Sex and the City in 2002, but Beyonce was. After Carrie Bradshaw made Manolo Blahnik shoes famous with the socialite set, she introduced them to hip-hop, with the help of Jay-Z. Fakes popped up everywhere and a frenzy akin to the Louboutin craze of today was initiated.
29. Jay-Z with the wheat Timbs and Beyoncé with the Manolo Blahniks in "'03 Bonnie and Clyde."