Hyperventilating, we present you Christian Louboutin’s Collection for Spring/Summer 2015. It’s everything we ever hoped for, more than we could possibly imagine and as exciting as only Louboutin can be.
First of all, Louboutin once again proves the commitment to technical innovation, and they bring us the Mirage heel, a wavy stiletto that appears in several designs, including Dalida, the Deepik and the Vagachina. Imagine our excitement when we saw these:
The Tibur model. It’s like a peep-toe, but it’s cut really discreetly to only show a hint of skin.
In the most glamorous possible way, women borrow from men with the Platt Dance Flat, the Liegina, the On Stage oxford, the Nananas slipper and the new black-and-white Zazou brogue. Feast your eyes:
And because they knew, they knew we couldn’t handle all this beauty, they have sections for us:
SPORTIF: Trainers get the stiletto treatment in the statement Boltina, and transparent panels give a go-faster air to Bandy.
ROCKER CHIC: Fringing, spikes and metal detail bring attitude to Onstage, Otrot and the Vicky bootie.
AQUATIC UNIVERSE: Water tones and ombre python designs evoke the sea, as with the Dalida in opaline leather. This is where So Kate comes in, along with Rougissime.
CRAFTSMANSHIP: Skilled artisans apply their expertise in embroidery and jewellery to detailed styles like Salopatina, Top Vague and Devibroda.
Rougissime Python Inferno
Yet, it doesn’t end here. Because for SS2015, Louboutin gives us bags. And not only the ones we knew and loved so far, no, they also added a new member to the Sweet Charity family: The Sweety Charity Backpack:
And to interpret the collection, Christian Louboutin once again collaborated with photographer Peter Lippmann for the SS15 lookbook. This season, Lippmann suggests that one should never take off their Louboutins, even in the bath, with his series called Water in Love.
The Spring-Summber 2015 collection is available for purchase at Christian Louboutin boutiques and on ChristianLouboutin.com from November 25th.
Jana Sokolovska is a freelance writer and editor from Skopje. She’s a columnist for Off.net.mk and enjoys capturing the art of urban living. She loves boots, crepes, pole fitness and large espressos, and she can be found online via Facebook, Twitter and Inst