Christian Louboutin is a French bag and shoe designer. Its extravagant and modern shoe designs, which are characterized by rather high heels and the unparalleled red soles, are particularly unmistakable. Louboutin owes the red sole, his trademark, to an assistant.…
When he didn't like a shoe prototype, especially the sole, he quickly picked up his assistant's red nail polish and dyed the sole of the shoe red. His trademark was already created. The shoes give women a certain extravagance and should make them as beautiful and sexy as possible. The longest legs in the world. With this stroke of genius, the brand has catapulted itself into the Olympus of the fashion world within a short time.
The beginnings of Christian Louboutin
At the tender age of 16 Louboutin entered the fashion world and sewed sequins onto the costume of a world-famous entertainer. His first and true love for women's shoes came about while visiting a museum. A prohibition sign caught his attention, which forbade women to wear high heels, as otherwise the wooden floor could be damaged. Louboutin was fascinated by the shoe itself very early on, as it is more of a small object but still has power over the whole body. As soon as you put on a shoe, everything changes: body language and posture. Louboutin apprenticed to Charles Jourdan, Maud Frizon, Chanel and Yves Saint Laurent.
Started with a small shop in Paris, which opened in 1992 and was soon visited by numerous celebrities. In addition to the beautiful shoes, there was also free coffee, which was obviously also attractive. The big breakthrough came when the American company Neiman Marcus added his shoes to their range.
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