The Designer Art of Christian Louboutin

Shoe designer cheap christian louboutin Australia was born in paris in 1963. he discovered his passion for designing footwear after a trip to the museum of african art as a child, where he saw a sign showing a woman’s sharp-heeled shoe, crossed out with a vivid red line. the message was simple – it was an indication that high-heeled shoes were not permitted there. the fine delicacy of the heel did not leave him.

as a young man he was fascinated by parisian music halls and theaters, and began designing shoes for dancers. in 1980 he undertook an apprenticeship at cabaret folies bergère. after two years, he moved on to work at charles jourdan, where he designed footwear for established fashion labels such as yves saint laurent and chanel.

after leaving the industry for a short time to work as landscape gardener, he eventually returned to the world of pumps in 1992, when he co-founded christian louboutin with two close friends. his heeled designs and exquisite boutique located in the galerie véro-dodat in paris became famous around the world in no time. thus, christian louboutin steadily grown into a world-wide brand, with over 40 shops around the globe and more than 850,000 shoes produced each year.

Later Successes

Over the years, Louboutin has continued to turn out season after season of imaginative footwear. “For inspiration, I often imagine a courtesan living out her life in a circus,” he explained to Marie Claire magazine. He has turned his surrealistically beautiful shoes into an international success story. According to The New Yorker, he sells more than 500,000 pairs of his fabulous footwear each year. The cost of getting a pair of Louboutins can range from nearly $400 up to $6,000. Louboutin has stores around the world in addition to his Paris headquarters.

In addition to women’s shoes, Louboutin has worked to expand his reach in fashion. He branched out into handbags in 2003, and he now offers a line of men’s shoes as well. In 2013, Louboutin Outlet online will debut his new beauty line.

With all his success, Louboutin has worked hard to defend his designs from copiers and counterfeiters. He even took the fashion company Yves Saint Laurent to court over its use of red outer soles on some of its shoes. Louboutin also set up his own website to address the counterfeit shoe problem.

Outside of his fashion empire, Louboutins melbourne has taken on some creative challenges. He worked with director David Lynch on a photo exhibit in 2007. In 2012, Louboutin helped design many elements of Feu, or “Fire,” a show at the legendary Parisian club Crazy Horse.