Laced-up, star studded perfection.
It was a match made in Fashion Week heaven as Christian Louboutin stepped into a collaboration with Georgian born, British based designed David Koma.
The stunning range that was built on black, white and flashed of neon, was a futuristic take on a Romanov inspired collection. With a subtle sport influence, the Eastern European influence was shown through sharp tailoring and military studs that was illustrated all the way down to the shoes. From the famous stiletto sandals that also came is a flat version, to pointy, low cut ankle boots, the collection embodied sophistication although there was countless meters of thin black leather straps roped around the models long, pale legs.
It remains to be seen if the studded shoes makes it into production next spring, but there is no doubt that the gracefully strappy sandals would blend in perfectly with the elegance of Christian Louboutin’s collections. Fingers and perfectly manicured toes crossed.
Shoes, manicured and pedicured my Christian Louboutin.
Photography by me