PARIS — The name Christian Louboutin ... perform at MoMA PS1 in New York in August, she brought along a suitcase with several pairs. When she hit No. 1 on the chart last Monday, her label celebrated with a cake shaped like a Louboutin box.
Le Bilboquet — a Sag Harbor outpost of the NYC flagship owned by Ron Perelman, Eric Clapton, real estate magnate Steve Witkoff and restaurateur Philippe Delgrange — a brunette with a clipboard studiously ignores a Christian Louboutin-shod woman and her.
NEW YORK — Christian Louboutin has heard the call from men for his famous red-soled shoes. And he’s answered with today’s opening of his first U.S. men’s store in the Meatpacking District here. The 1,500-square-foot store at 808 Washington Street.
at only eight locations globally — including Bergdorf Goodman in New York and the Christian Louboutin boutique in Los Angeles. Click through the gallery to see all the shoes for both women and men in Louboutin’s exclusive capsule collection.
NEW YORK ... Louboutin shoes for both women and men. Fascinated equally by the worlds of culture and showgirls, exotic travels and nature, Christian Louboutin is an artist, designer, and showman. These passions influence his highly original product, store.
Boots ($1,195) by CHRISTIAN LOUBOUTIN; christianlouboutin.com ... which juts up from the flat expanse of the New York Harbor. Two hours before the party, Shannon is sitting cross-legged on the oak floor in the capacious room that serves as an all-in.
In popular culture, namely hip-hop, “red bottoms” are to bodacious women what Timberlands are to rugged men. It goes without saying, then, the name Christian ... The New York Times earlier this week asked Louboutin about his thoughts on recording.
The main floor, cosmetics floor and men's fifth floor have all been redesigned, and the store ... in New York in 1923, show through the array of offerings, from classic Kiton and Isaia cashmere suits, to the latest loud-print Christian Louboutin high.
Shoe maven Christian Louboutin may be revered for his red-soled high heels, but it's his men's business that has spiked of late, spurring the designer to open a freestanding men's store in the Meatpacking District of New York -- his first outside of Paris.
At 19 she was fired from a job as a grocery clerk, but one of the store’s managers recommended she look for a job at the strip club across the street. She did, becoming “a famously known stripper in New York City,” in the words of Billboard columnist.