t they deserve expensive and distinctive red-soled shoes by Christian Louboutin? Of course they do. Which is why Louboutin opened his first men's-only store in the trendy New York Meatpacking District this week. This is the first of the iconic French.
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.
Christian Louboutin The rest is history. His designs have spawned a global luxury brand of women's and men's shoes and accessories ... His move into beauty began in 2012, when he signed a deal with New York-based Batallure Beauty, which has created.
It will stock the largest selection of Louboutin men's shoes and bags in the U.K. The space will be designed by New York-based architects 212Box, the same company behind Louboutin's New York men's store, which is set to open in the city's Meatpacking.
Be prepared to see many more Christian ... his first men's line. The New York shop will certainly be nothing short of spectacular. What we sell is quite exceptional. The customer here is not attached necessarily to old traditions, Louboutin told WWD.
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.
NEW YORK ... Christian Louboutin today is a global luxury brand, defined by its sense of whimsy, style, passion, and innovation. The iconic red sole is uniquely identifiable and the signature of all Christian Louboutin shoes for both women and men.
Twenty years after Christian Louboutin opened his first store here, selling staggering heels with his signature red soles, the designer has leveled the playing field with one just for men, at 19, rue Jean-Jacques Rousseau, a few steps from Les Halles.
Christian Louboutin ... with his women and men's lines. The footwear master recently sat down with WWD to chat about the growth of his label, what goes into designing his men's collection, and how the men's flagship in New York City sold 240 pairs of.
Christian Louboutin says high heels are ''pleasure with pain ... heels because he once saw Tina Turner perform for three hours in Madison Square Garden in New York wearing his signature shoes. He explained to Grazia magazine: ''I really have not so.