Great Surprise! Alluring Christian Louboutin High-Heel Shoes!

Published: 18th November 2009
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Christian Louboutin red sole shoes almost become the most popular single product of this year. Almost every party and awards sceremony, some celebrities will choose them to walk through the Red Carpet, which makes Christian Louboutin one of the fashion icons.

Christian Louboutin is a native of parisians, he liked to design various shoes drawings from childhood and he began to practice for Charles Jourdan in 1970`s. After working for Chanel and Yves Saint Laurent for 10 years, Christian Louboutin started his own career by opening the first shop with his own name in Paris in 1991.

In 1992, he catched the red nail enamel his assitant was using and paint the sole on the draft in red. As a result, Christian Louboutin came into being. He soon applied for a patent for the red sole shoes.

Christian Louboutin said, "the fiery red is designed to tell people that this pair of shoes are my work. The women with these shoes can catch more sights from men." Not long after the first shop opened in Pairs, Caroline, the princess of Morocco, fell in love with these red sole shoes. Then, a heat wave of the red-soled shoes was set off in Hollywood, it going through 18 years but still survived.

There have been also low tides in Christian Louboutin's design career. In 2003, he got inspiration when in journey and designed a series of bags. But they don't sell good after being introduced to the market. Obviously, he doesn't worry at all. Christian Louboutin once said, "It's my biggest habit to try new design, and success or not is not important, I just enjoy the fun of it."

Louboutin says the key to his success in designing shoes is that to combine the comfortable shoebody and the sexy shape together perfectly. "Much of my inspiration originates from the feelings of my life; I'm not used to the fast pace of urban life. If you slow down your pace, life will take you by surprise."

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