Christian Louboutin says girls run the world
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The infamous shoe designer and his brand have presented the new campaign. Check it out to see what inspired him this time.
After the highly successful and equally intriguing campaign for Spring/Summer 2016, “Who Killed Amazoula?”, Christian Louboutin is back with a new ad campaign. While the warmer season was all about stilettos, the upcoming season seems to be all about flats.
Since the brand is already established as one of the most desired shoe brands out there, these witty campaigns seems to be created to attract new clients and keep the regular ones entertained.
For this Fall/Winter 2016 season, Louboutin are trying to hype up the masculine aesthetic in womenswear. In the brand's latest campaign 'Women on top', the fashion brand suggests that flats and mid-heels are in this season. When that is being paired with the red lacquered sole of the shoes and the masculine oxford shoe line, the results are simply bedazzling.
In the campaign shots we see male and female models wearing the latest pairs of footwear designed by Christian Louboutin. Inspired by the androgynous trend from the past couple of years and the visual style of German origin, singer/actress Marlene Dietrich, the collection is remarkably done with the exquisite tailoring of the finest fabrics, mixing leather with wool, cashmere and velvet.
Check out the collection and let us know what you think.