The Power of Femininity – Christian Louboutin Fall 2011 Lookbook

The Artemis shoulder bag in “Portrait of Marquise de Pompadour” by Jean Marc Nattier
Behind the Christian Louboutin‘s label there is not only luxury red sole signature hidden, but also imaginative yet chic shoe designs and inspiring ad campaigns. This season Louboutin continues its timeless fusion of fashion and art praising “The Power of Femininity ” by reenacments of the most iconic portraits from the previous centuries. The lookbook is a fashion time machine skillfully captured by  Peter Lippmann  and styled by Catherine Gorne. The campaign represents the vision of woman through its versatility and uniqueness through the embodiments of historic images merged with present designs of Christian Louboutin. 
I have also written about another example of fashion – art fusion in the post “Painted Ladies“.
‘Halte’-pump of Christian Louboutin in “Portrait of a Girl” by the French painter Jean Babtiste Camille Corot 
 The purple 8 Mignons sandal in ‘Saint Dorothy of Caesarea’ by Francisco de Zurburan

‘Puke’-booty van Christian Louboutin in “Madeleine à la veilleuse” by George de La Tour

The Tootsie’ankle boots in Whistler’s Mother by James McNeill Whistler

Catalina clunch and the Pigalilli platform pump with gold stiletto in “Elizabeth of Austria” by Francois Clouet

Images VIA

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2 Comments Add yours

  1. TheLouboutinBlog says:

    ❤ Thanks for sharing our passion. Peter L is amazing & the work he has done for Christian's lookbooks has been mind-blowing!
    xo,
    JB
    http://www.thelouboutinblog.com

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    1. MagdaLena says:

      You are very welcome. It’s a pleasure to share fashion art theme, especially Christian Louboutin presentation.

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