Prior to press day, this is what I know about the brand: All shoes undersurfaces/sole were painted red, I spelled it this way: ‘Loubutins’ and I need to save up for at least 2 years before I can actually afford a pair. Tragic, it’s a true story and it should be on Oprah.
Like the shoe itself, press day was exclusive. By appointment only, the Christian Louboutin Spring Summer 2010 preview was done in the most professional way, catering to one press at a time. To learn about the luxury brand, how they would customize and repair (for a price of course), that was unfamiliar.
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"They proposed me to do the diffusion line and I declined," he told us. "Not that I don't think it's an interesting idea, but it's a lot of work really, so it's just difficult for me to do it." Would he ever do one in the future? "No." It's not like he needs to — the way women were lining up to get their pumps signed, you'd think Bergdorf was giving them away.
Since Christian Louboutin just turned down H&M proposal to do a diffusion line, there is no chance in hell we’re going to get a ‘cheaper’ louboutin! Prices start at SGD860 for a pair of flats, located at Takashimaya S.C #02-12C/D.
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