For 65 years Crazy Horse has been a Parisian institution where some of the world's most beautiful women undress to impress. Fashion designers like Karl Lagerfeld and Christian Louboutin have collaborated over the the years to create the barely-there .
I immediately thought it would be compelling to establish a contemporary space, amidst this very historical Parisian passage, with design codes that redefine the new aesthetic approach of beauty so dear to Christian Louboutin," says Yovanovitch.
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Goldman Srebnick owns and runs the most prominent of these, Wynwood Walls, an outdoor space that boasts the largest collection of street art murals ... while Prada and Christian Louboutin were already there but are currently expanding their premises.
London's new Design Museum have already drawn over 100,000 visitors only three weeks since its opening. London's new Design Museum, founded by Sir Terence Conran, opened on the 24 th of November, allowing the public to see its £85 million modern  .
There's a woven wool tunic with fringe from Navajo designer D.Y. Begay; a bondage necklace made of Tahitian pearls and stainless steel from Pat Pruitt of the Laguna Pueblo tribe; and Christian Louboutin boots covered in antique beads from Jamie Okuma.
“Whether it's New York's Meatpacking District or San Francisco's Hayes Valley these emerging prime urban corridors have more local retailers and restaurants and feature a growing number of national brands,” adds Cook. Check out the slideshow to find.
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“Out of the Box,” a new exhibition of vintage and cutting-edge sneakers presents the fascinating history of this iconic shoe. ... Photo: Pierre Hardy Poworama, 2011 Collection of the Bata Shoe Museum, gift of Pierre Hardy. ... The book features.
In 1908—the same year that a Paris correspondent for the New York Times called his works “too ridiculous even to laugh at”— Henri Matisse had his first solo exhibition in the U.S.: Alfred Stieglitz exhibited one of his paintings, “Nude in a Wood.