Last year at the Cannes Film Festival, Blake Lively stepped out in a very Cinderella -like dress and hairstyle—and was one of the only stars to do it. Fast forward one year, and there seems to be a Cinderella theme going. Seven ladies have worn dresses.
Christian Louboutin is best known for designing red-soled shoes fit for princesses, and now he's been invited by Disney Studios to bring Cinderella's famous glass slipper bang up-to-date. The French designer is set to create a special shoe to celebrate the.
Fret not, for our curated list of festive shoes to wear this season will leave no room for doubts. From Jimmy Choo's embellished platform pumps to Christian Louboutin's sparkly stilettos, each desirable piece is as special as the occasion it will be.
There's nothing more magical than the idea of a fairytale coming to life, especially when Christian Louboutin is involved ... a happily ever after." Louboutin's re-imagination of Cinderella's famous glass slippers. The shoes - which of course include.
From fairytale to real life - Louboutin designing Cinderella -glass inspired slipper New York Daily News.
Disney unveils Cinderella inspired designer shoes The Independent.
High-end designer Christian Louboutin has designed a new shoe that is a re-imagining of Cinderella’s glass slipper through a collaboration with Disney, reports USA Today. The shoe is tied to the upcoming release of “Cinderella” on Blue-ray on Oct. 2.
Could there be any cuter a combination than Christian Louboutin and Disney? In what's probably going to be our favorite designer collaboration of the season, Christian Louboutin will be putting his own touch on Cinderella's glass slippers this summer.
Some might be inclined to see a modern corollary in the knife's edge luxury Jimmy Choo and Christian Louboutin stilettos, also on display. It's hard to avoid the truth that ... More than 200 shoes are on view, from famous ones, like the pair of ruby.
The Cinderella shoe fitted on the feet of all the Miss Teen USA's and Miss Universes who ever beamed under the Trumpian gaze in contests of yore also is the shoe that average women can bear for only a few hours at weddings or proms, before casting them.