Instead of glass slippers, Cinderella today would be wearing Christian Louboutin's modern take on the classic princess shoe. The limited-edition shoe, which boasts the designer's trademark and highly coveted red-soled heels at 120 millimeters (that's.
Christian Louboutin is synonymous with luxury shoes and the glass slipper is synonymous with Cinderella, so why wouldn't the two collaborate? Everyone knows in the 1950 Cinderella that when Cinderella goes to the ball that she has to leave before the clock.
inspired by the famous glass slippers of Disney princess Cinderella. Made of Italian leather, they are encrusted with 565 Kwiat diamonds. Christian Louboutin shoes are known for their iconic red sole. The red soles are so in demand that the company has an.
If you've given up on an actual pumpkin coach and a real Prince Charming, glass slippers can still be a part of your fairy tale - thanks to designer Christian Louboutin. The Louboutin glass slipper is being released in conjunction with Disney's Diamond.
There's nothing more magical than the idea of a fairytale coming to life, especially when Christian Louboutin is involved. The designer has finally unveiled his re-imagination of Cinderella's famous glass slippers to celebrate the re-release of Disney's.
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.
The glass slippers designed by Christian Louboutin in honor of Disney's Cinderella Diamond Edition were unveiled in Paris July 4, with the limited edition red-soled heels adorned in lace, sparkling butterflies and Swarovski crystals. It was announced back.
A pair of Louboutins are certainly the stuff that dreams are made of in Florida, so its no surprise that the hallowed house has announced its intention to take on the most sought-after and sigh-inducing shoes of all time. Can you guess which fairytale foot.
Disney has teamed up with 11 shoe designers to re-imagine Cinderella's legendary slipper. The list of collaborators are: Paul Andrew, Alexandre Birman, Manolo Blahnik, Rene Caovilla, Jimmy Choo, Salvatore Ferragamo, Nicholas Kirkwood, Christian Louboutin.
The man behind the red soles, Christian Louboutin, has created a real-life version of Cinderella's famed glass slippers to celebrate the re-release of the classic Disney film. There's nothing more magical than the idea of a fairytale coming to life.