The king of heels, Christian Louboutin ... wonky to avoid the pain. Until you wake up the next day and you can't even walk because your heels are so bruised and sore. And a final reason? It's been scientifically proven that high heels are seriously.
Louboutin said high heels are ''pleasure with pain'' adding that he had no sympathy for women complain about wearing the shoes because he once saw Tina Turner perform for three hours in Madison Square Garden in New York wearing a pair. He told Grazia.
The new 'Louboutin ... pain of their fashion choices. Doctors are using fillers such as Botox to inject the balls of feet in a bid to create a sort of 'gel cushion' effect because the shoes are, at times, crippling. One fan of the the famous red-soled.
Christian ... for inflicting pain on many a discerning fashionista however, the French cobbler has adopted a 'take it or leave it attitude'. Among his long-suffering fans is Coleen Rooney, who last week was spotted wearing Louboutin heels to the Grand.
High heels, according to Christian Louboutin, are pleasure with pain. The Frenchman is celebrating 20 years in business, with an exhibition of his work opening at The Design Museum in London on Tuesday 1 May. Rebecca Jones has been talking to him.
The devil wears Christian Louboutin, and he doesn’t care if his shoes hurt. True fashionistas will gladly suffer ... who quite frankly has no sympathy for you. (LIST: All-TIME 100 Fashion Icons) The luxury shoemaker told Grazia magazine: I really have.
says would-be red-bottomed sole monopolist Christian Louboutin. Also, women are "happy to wear painful shoes," because our shoes help us express ourselves. At least one libido-pain shoe expert agrees. The sensation one feels after twisting an ankle while.
ToebesityToeMore 3. Getting "loub jobs." Named after Christian Louboutin's signature sky-high heels, this involves injecting collagen into the toe pads, heels, and balls of the feet so that you can feel like you're walking on air, even when you're walking.
These shoes are not made for walkin': Nicole Richie wore these sky high Christian Louboutin shoes -- some might call them "torture devices" -- to a recent event in Hollywood, and as we all know, Louboutin shoes with the red soles are the A-list shoe for A.
Don't expect any sympathy from Christian Louboutin. "High heels are pleasure with pain," he tells Grazia magazine. "If you can't walk in them, don't wear them." In the interview, picked up by the Telegraph, the designer adds, "If Tina Turner and Prince's.