“He then asked me to design shoes for his shows to fit his clothes ... it is more about Christian Louboutin: the shapes, the heels, and yes those signature spikes. “I’m thinking more in-depth here – it’s inspired by [Mukherjee’s] clothes.
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Those seeking a pair of the famous red-bottomed Christian Louboutin heels may be in trouble ... according to The Business of Fashion and Lyst. The spike is being attributed to lyrics such as "red bottoms, bloody shoes" and "these expensive, these.
Known to red carpet insiders and fashionistas the world over by their iconic red soles, Christian Louboutin heels are the definition ... these is red bottoms, these is bloody shoes,” and online traffic for the crimson-bottomed stilettos more than doubled.
What will people do for a signed shoe by Christian Louboutin ... furniture or looking at art when I travel.” Louboutin, a native of Paris, gestured expansively as he discussed his shoes, including the spiked, red-patent pump that was just named the.
Belcalis “Cardi B” Almanzar has created an estimated $4.5 million media value this year for the brand after releasing the radio banger “Bodak Yellow (Money Moves),” and there’s been a massive 217% spike in web searches for Christian Louboutin.
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Pull up Google’s search data for “red bottoms,” and the spike is even more impressive ... stands at about $14 million.) So how does Christian Louboutin — who, incidentally, got his start creating shoes for showgirls — feel about all this.
“These expensive, these is red bottoms, these is bloody shoes,” she spits on the track. The lyrics reportedly prompted a 217% spike in Internet searches for Christian Louboutin shoes, while also adding an estimated $4.5 million to the company’s media.