Monsieur L, part 1

13 May

After such a long time, it’s time to dedicate a post to Mr Louboutin again. Well, it’s going to be two posts, since I have so many new photos (or at least unposted pictures), that it’s better to have them posted in two. Today, the first part contains some already known types and also some pretty new ones.

Let’s begin with the known one, the 123 or Differa, if you will. You might remember them from this post.

Once again, it’s like a weapon: 14 cm heel, costs around $1495… wear it and your officially a pro:)

Let’s move on and check out something new. First, here is Xtina and Ashley Tisdale, wearing almost the same shoes…yepp, just almost, because Christina’s is something really special. The shoes that Heidi has been wearing are mentioned here.

Ashley’s Mary-Janes have a 4.5 inch (12 cm) heel and a 1 inch platform, and you can get them for a price between $945 and $995.

The last collage for today shows you some of the new works of the Master.

I’m not sure about Leighton’s shoes (12 cm, $1850), because I don’t really like that look, as I already told that to some of you in different blogs. But I do like Ciara’s boots pretty much, they totally match the usually extravagant style of her.

Don’t forget to check back today again, part 2 will be posted in a few hours!

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5 Responses to “Monsieur L, part 1”

  1. janettaylor May 13, 2009 at 9:23 am #

    Jaj, az utolsót annyira szeretném… 🙂

  2. Sunniva May 13, 2009 at 8:17 pm #

    Ahhh I love Mr. Louboutin! I can’t praise his shoes enough…there are no words that can really describe how brilliant they all are xoxo

  3. Mimi May 14, 2009 at 7:28 pm #

    Like I said before he’s a brilliant man, and his shoes are spectacular.

    Shoe-gasm galore!

    xo

  4. Elise May 15, 2009 at 8:04 pm #

    I love every shoes from Louboutin, but I particulary love Christina’ shoes, they are amazing.

  5. kakaposh May 31, 2009 at 12:12 pm #

    The 123 sandal is a copied design… the original was in 2003 SS Dior Couture runway show!

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