Louboutin Shoes

The Red sole, trademark of French designer Christian Louboutin, now more affordable versions of Brazilian brands

He is darling of celebrities and fashionistas around the world-and don’t get away from them! The shoe designer Christian Louboutin, French Vietnamese origin, if enshrined with their it shoes of Red soles and heels. The differentiated soles (and the status they represent) have become absolute icon of fashion. Unique, designer’s shoes are to few. But to our luck, other brands begin to produce stylish shoes Louboutin.

According to the designer, your trademark-the Red sole-was established in 1992 so that women could leave an image when seen leaving-work? The luxurious shoes have impeccable design, color chart, bold ornaments and of course, superaltos. To give you an idea, a custom model has already reached 25 cm tall. However, in their stores (the only one in Brazil is in São Paulo, in Shopping Iguatemi) the average is seven to eight centimeters and the highest is 16 cm. But, of course, flatmodels, rasteirinhos, also have space in the Collections.

Made in Brazil

In Brazil, brands like Imporium, to Ray, Sapatella, Cris Roberto and Tabitha, to name a few, have created their own versions of Red-soled shoes. “We adhere to the Red sole, because we always follow European trends,” says Renata Moitinho, owner of Sapatella.

In various showcases of Brazil we see are heel shoes, boots and peep toes seized by French designer’s trademark. “The philosophy of Imporium is to make an affordable fashion. So, bring the Red sole to the reality of many women is how to make this dream possible, “believes the designer Marcio Lima.

And you, what do you think of Louboutin shoes and its accessible versions?