Christian Louboutin Spring Summer 2015 Collection Italy Replica Shoes


When the shoe meets red, it will likely turn into a Christian Louboutin heel. Introducing the Christian Louboutin Spring Summer 2015 Bag Collection.

A series of shoes are going to be released that are sporty and dynamic. Like the glamorous waved high heel in fuchsia. Attention to details, stitched with love, it’s made not only to impress but also to kill.

The Louboutin Spring Summer 2015 Collection will be painted in different colors, in multi-color pumps, with fringes or shoe drawings. And innovative black wedge with extraordinary hallow heel, very distinctive.

So what do you think?








Posted byAlex
November 20, 2014
The case has caused a bit of confusion in the fashion community. (Can’t YSL locate a different color — say, yellow — without taking Louboutin’s signature? , they ask.) For Louboutin, who has painted the soles of his sneakers reddish since 1992, crimson implies sensuality — also functions as a crafty, subtle branding instrument. “I picked the colour since it is engaging, flirtatious, memorable along with the colour of passion,” he told The New Yorker in March. But reddish also carries connotations of power and wealth, particularly in the history of fashion and footwear. Its powerful symbolism and strange history give some insight to why it remains such an attractive colour for shoe designers — and why they are ready to struggle in court on its use.In Western societies, reddish long served as a symbol of ferocity and electricity, worn by soldiers, monarchs, the papacy and other significant characters. The Ancient Greeks and Romans carried red flags in conflicts, and as late as the 1800s soldiers wore red in the area for a means to intimidate their enemies. In her novel The Red Dress, fashion historian Valerie Steele describes how Duke John the Fearless of Burgundy came in Paris at 1406, successful and sporting “a red velvet suit lined with gray fur and functioned with golden foliage” — a sign of his power. It is a tactic that’s remained popular among politicians and executives: Consider the Wall Street execs in the ’80s with their red suspenders or ties, or Hillary Clinton and Nancy Pelosi in their red “power suits” now.