Christian Louboutin Shares His Favorite Fall 2014 Shoes for Barneys

Barneys New York has enlisted the footwear designer Christian Louboutin to pick his favorite fall 2014 shoes from the store for a feature on its content site The Window. Not only did he succeed, but he over-delivered, throwing in a favorite handbag, too. Mr. Louboutin chose seven of his own brand’s signature red sole shoes. Each one received a brief explanation as to why he added it to his favorites list for this season.

Christian Louboutin’s Favorite Fall 2014 Shoes From Barneys New York
1 Glitter Pigalle Follies Pumps
“A woman tells a story with her clothes, but it’s the shoe that carries her. With a high heel, it’s all about the body language. The heel changes the posture, and there is a new perception. It can seduce—especially in an animal print.”
2 Orange Pigalle Follies
“The Pigalle Follies in the playful and vibrant orange reminds me of a Bird of Paradise flower.”

Christian Louboutin’s Favorite Fall 2014 Shoes From Barneys New York
3 Follies Resille Pumps
“Black fishnet with the combination of natural color mesh has a semi-transparent effect and reveal a hidden nudity.”
4 Iriza Half D’Orsay Pumps
“Every woman should have a nude shoe. It becomes an almost organic part of the body. It’s like an extension of the woman, not an accessory.”
5 Cutout Galata Pumps
“I love the purple of the Galata. There is something very sensual about the color.”

Christian Louboutin’s Favorite Fall 2014 Shoes From Barneys New York
6 Bille Et Boule Studded Pumps
“I love mixing materials like patent leather and PVC, and I love the contrast between the feminine bow and masculine studs.”
7 Pigalle
“The iconic Pigalle is simple and balanced—I’ve never seen anyone who didn’t look good in it.”
Tiger-Print Ponyhair Rougissime Clutch
“There is a stripe of red enamel on the metal-bar closure. You can only see it once the bag is opened, so it is like a secret between me and the wearer.”

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Written by Slamchica

Aleksandra Arsenovic graduated with a degree in economics and has a master degree in tourism. Since she worked as a travel agent, she has traveled around the world and developed an interest in luxurious hotels and exotic destinations. As a big fashion fan, Aleksandra loves expensive and luxury fashion items. As an editor of Extravaganzi she shares her knowledge about travels, fashion and accessories.


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