The collaboration of Christian Louboutin with photographer Peter Lippman can immortalize the most glamorous accessory collection envisioned by the fashion guru. Those who are familiarized with the art of this highly acclaimed designer know how important it is for him to find an inspiring theme to promote the high street style operas.
The Christian Louboutin Fall 2011 Lookbook grants all fashion fans with a classy interpretation of uptown chic. The seven portraits all fuel the exquisite and out-of-this-world allure all these shoe designs radiate. The two artists in their album entitled, ‘Les Promises De L’hiver’ managed to recreate a complete set of famous portraits as Georges de la Tour’s “Magdalene and the Flame” and Francisco De Zurbaran’s “Saint Dorothy”.
The ultra-popular footwear brand decided to line up the portraits created by the most impressive Renaissance painters in a modern and high street interpretation. The different personalities all reveal a tiny detail about the inspiration behind the different creative projects. The iconic red-soled shoes are granted with an amazing essence in the whole composition of the portraits. Fashion is indeed one of the constantly developing forms of contemporary art. Those who are fond of the earlier creations of Christian Louboutin will be simply thrilled to skim through the ‘jewelry’ shoe designs accentuated with snakeskin details, fur along with studs.
Flamboyance is the ultimate buzzword when characterizing this collection. Fashionistas will have the opportunity to spot their fave footwear designs on these portraits. The Pigalilli pumps, the 8 Mignon Sandal together with the enchanting Tootsie Bootie are some of the artsy props presented in this lookbook. Fusing art with modern style tendencies is the secret weapon of Christian Louboutin to win the heart of the fashion pack. These high heels and lovely clutches can serve as the best statement accessories to attract immediate attention with.
Image courtesy of Christian Louboutin