Step away from the safe colors, they are dangerously obvious choice for this season. And add some sensational jungle pattern in your wardrobe, you will need it.
But where to find?
How about… at Christian Louboutin store?
Find the best shoes in the world, meet Christian Louboutin Espadrilles. They are comfortable, stylish and definitely approved by the fashion police.
Take a closer look, there are gold spikes embellished on the sides (not as a weapon, but it can be handy). The spikes are trending and it will enhance your laidback looks wherever you go.
Ugly sneakers have stampeded into luxury style to become the improbable “that it” shoe in the last calendar year. So much so that Louis Vuitton, where Nicolas Ghesquiere introduced the Nineties sci-fi Archlight with a generously proportioned cushy sole for spring, is now opening a pop up shop especially devoted to the design for a month in New York City. The temporary shop will start at 122 Greene Street in SoHo on Thursday ahead of the global launch of the Archlight sneaker on Feb. 23. The shop will stay open until March 10. The SoHo area, chosen because the sneaker clientele will be a downtown crowd, and designed from the Louis Vuitton group, will be the only sneaker pop-up — that the house has done fragrance pop-ups previously — and will carry a distinctive all-black colorway of the design. Sneakers aren’t new for Vuitton however, the Archlight was a major statement on Ghesquiere’s spring runway, revealed compared to the elaborate 18th-century inspired ready-to-wear pieces.A talent agent in Los Angeles had a set of sneakers. He was asked by the boutique’s shoe manager if he’d ever had a set of made-to-measure shoes created for him. Met with no, the supervisor smiled and said, “Let’s visit the shoe salon” Justin sat down on a midcentury sofa. Every measurement of his foot has been quantified. A thick book of leather swatches appeared. Then came a series of questions. Would you want calfskin? Classic, waxed, suede, grained, or patent? What about alligator? Python? Or ostrich? Then he had to speak colours–that there are eight of those. Next came the sole, with four types to choose from, including the labor-intensive Norwegian and the Goodyear, made with a double-stitch knotting technique. At length, the head of this shoe department in Los Angeles asked: “Would you like a belt made to match your shoes?”
There is one more print – embellished with pumps, the Louboutin style. And of course, for those that want to keep it simple. The Ares Espadrille is also available in white, with white spikes by the way.
Priced at 425 euro, 595 usd or 525 usd, 445 euro for the white version.